Microsoft Community Updates
A monthly series relating to issues that affect your business:
January 2017 – Cyber Security
February 2017 – Cloud
March 2017 – Word
January Session –
Please join us in one of our many Microsoft Community Connection Seminars that are being presented by Hallie Talley, owner, Knights of Bytes.
As of June 28th, the Identity Theft Resource Center reported that already this year, well over 12,777,337 client records have been exposed to data breach, including Social Security numbers, financial account information, medical information, email addresses and passwords.
While you’ve likely heard of many of the companies that have been breached, including Charles Schwab, State Farm, JP Morgan, Home Depot and a little company named Target, it’s very likely that you haven’t heard about the biggest and easiest target that cybercriminals target every single day – YOU!
That’s why I’m hosting a Cybersecurity Seminar that reveals 7 Urgent Security Protections Every Business Must Have In Place Now to Protect Themselves From Cybercrime, Data Breach And Hacker Attack.
During This Must-Attend Seminar the Panelist Will Discuss:
- The scary risks of mobile and cloud computing – and critical policies, procedures and protections EVERY business must have in place NOW to protect themselves; overlook even one and you’re exposing yourself to security breaches, damaging and expensive litigation, employment lawsuits and having confidential company information exposed to competitors, hackers and cybercriminals.
- Discussion of security threats to your business that antivirus, firewalls and other security protocols are defenseless against.
- SHOCKING truth about bank fraud that most businesses don’t know about that could (literally) wipe out your bank account.
- Why firewalls and antivirus software give you a false sense of security – and what it REALLY takes to protect your organization against new threats and today’s sophisticated cybercrime rings.
Who Should Attend?
This event is for business owners or office managers who are concerned about: lost or stolen devices, privacy of confidential information, employment litigation introduced when employees use personal devices to access company data, and State and Federal laws that carry heavy fines for lost or stolen data. This is of particular importance for those organizations that handle ANY sensitive data such as credit card and financial information, medical records (or serve clients who have medical records) or that simply want to avoid having their bank account wiped out due to a cyber-attack.