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TAO Small Business Cybersecurity Series: How to Protect Your Business From Cybercriminals

August 19 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Free

The digital shift for all business caused by the pandemic last year has resulted in expanded opportunity for connection and growth. This shift has also resulted in an increase of cyber attacks, more points of failure for a breach and a renewed vigilance of business owners to protect employees and customers. As companies commit to permanent “work from home” and hybrid work situations and industries continuing to automate, cyber risk will grow and evolve as quickly as solutions are implemented.

With these new realities in mind, organizations should be baking cybersecurity and privacy into every business decision or plan. Whether you are a solo-preneur, are adding a digital component to your brick and mortar business or automating your manufacturing facility, this 5-month series will provide you insight to protect your business online.

Please join the Oregon Small Business Development Center, Mount Hood Community College, MasterCard and the Technology Association of Oregon for one hour a month – May through September – to learn the fundamentals of cybercrime and cybersecurity to better protect your business. By the end of this series, you will be equipped with resources and knowledge to have safe and secure digital business components.

How to protect your business from cybercriminals
 
11:00 AM-12:00 PM
 
Melanie Gersten
Director, Cyber and Intelligence Solutions
Mastercard

Rebecca Ledingham
Global VP/Senior Business Leader Cybersecurity
Mastercard

What you will learn:

Third-party risk: What does that mean for your business? (RiskRecon)
What do you look like to a cybercriminal?
How do you protect your digital environment from becoming the next victim of crime?

Register here.

Details

Date:
August 19
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://web.cvent.com/event/def6be72-7284-4d71-ad35-52f9d8d0a208/summary

Venue

OR United States

Organizer

Technology Association of Oregon
Phone:
503-228-5401
Website:
http://www.techoregon.org/