The Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Services will hold a cybersecurity program in the Community Room at 19 W. Market St., Suite B on Wednesday, January 23 at 7:30 a.m.
How much is your business dependent on the Internet?
Are you satisfied with your online safety posture?
Who do you trust for the security of your online services?
Do you know what to do when a security incident or breach hits your business? Do you have a plan?
You don’t process sensitive government data or have valuable trade secrets, but you still have flow of cash to run your business. Do you know that cyber criminals are after it?
Join us to learn about basics of cybersecurity practices for small business owners and managers.
The program will consist of following topics:
Importance of cybersecurity for small business, basic protection measures, resources and tools for small businesses, sample tool for assessment of cyber risk score.
Tiffin University’s Ali I. Yurekli, PhD, CISSP, Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity, School of Criminal Justice & Social Sciences will be the speaker for the morning.
This program is free and business owners are encouraged to attend. Please RSVP by January 17th. Send an e-mail to Deb at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 419-447-4141 or online: tiffinchamber.com/calendar/2019/01/23/cybersecurity-program.