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About Fake News and Your Business Reputation

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Dallas, Texas - October 14, 2017 - Charles Edda & Charles Bouley, Inc. (CECB) and the Cognitive Institute are teaming up fourth quarter 2017 and throughout fiscal year 2018 to see Texas businesses about online occurrence and their reputation. Within National Cyber Security Awareness, CECB President and CEO Dr. Ra'chael Fisher will show data security tips and concepts to smaller businesses in North Texas.

There is a deep concern that individuals as well as organizations are having problems defending themselves against fake news, consipiracy content and migrating negative information. Alongside her presentation are guest speakers representing public health, global legalities from the Department of Homeland Security and other cybersecurity based organizations promoting the same messaging. According to Barthel, Mitchell and Holcomb from the Pew Research Center many Americans believe Fake News is sowing confusion. From other reporting in 2016, 23% say they have got shared a made-up news story - either knowingly or not. Dr. Fisher mirrors the sentiments of the Pew Research Center stating, Americans and companies alike are raising concerns about fake news and the actual effect on both personal, business and associate life along with innocent individuals(Read more..)

Guest speakers range from U.S. government agencies, U.S. & Forigne attorneys, and security and privacy experts. Our Job is empowerment, education and collaboration. We try to empower businesses with the digital power they want for his or her company. It is time to make security choices and properly manage vulnerabilities," said Dr. Fisher. "Security and safety are priorities for The Cognitive Institute of Dallas, and we're focused on providing our customers with the support and information they have to keep their assets - including sensitive data - secure. We're very happy to utilize a Texas-based leader in the security industry to talk about expertise with this local small company customers," said a committee member region for The Cognitive Institute of Dallas.

Dr. Fisher examined recent breaches and outlined guidelines and tricks for small businesses to avoid cybersecurity attacks, including:
1. Assess Organizational Dependence on Security.
2. Set Limits of Employees, Staff and Board members.
3. Train Everyone on the Roles and Responsibilities in Security Training.
4. Update Software and Properly SUSTAIN YOUR Protections.
5. Proactively Monitor Your Tools.
6. MAKE CERTAIN Security Screening Matches Your Industry.
7. Security Consultants and Staff MAY BECOME Trusted Individuals in Protecting Privacy, Commerce and Community.
8. Enable a choice Maker and be Actionable where Computer Security can be involved.
9. Disaster-Proof YOUR PROJECTS Community and Virtual Society.
10. React to the near future: Protect, Connect and Fully Aware.

Our Job is empowerment, education and collaboration. We try to empower businesses with the digital power they want for his or her company. It is time to make security choices and properly manage vulnerabilities," said Dr. Fisher. "Security and safety are priorities for The Cognitive Institute of Dallas, and we're focused on providing our customers with the support and information they have to keep their assets - including sensitive data - secure. We're very happy to utilize a Texas-based leader in the security industry to talk about expertise with this local small company customers," said a committee member region for The Cognitive Institute of Dallas.

Join us for this fasinating event and cutting edge protection.


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