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Cyber security risks are constantly evolving as bad actors adapt their tactics to improved corporate defenses.

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Cyber security risks are constantly evolving as bad actors adapt their tactics to improved corporate defenses. New reports arise almost daily of prominent companies becoming victims of malware attacks, not to mention the many unreported attacks on less prominent companies.

What are the emerging threats companies should be aware of? What successful approaches are companies taking to protect their infrastructure, their data, their very business? Are trends becoming more favorable or less favorable to small and mid-sized businesses?

Join us as Ronnie Munn, CISO from MCPc, answers these questions and others in our March webinar.

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Ronnie Munn is MCPc’s Chief Information Security Officer, where he is responsible for consultative cyber security efforts across MCPc’s customer base. He has developed and implemented the solution catalog specific to information security programs, which includes procedures and policies designed to protect enterprise communications, systems and assets (including protected financial information) from both internal and external threats.

Ronnie has an encompassing understanding of the IT landscape as it relates to security, business continuity, and disaster recovery. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Citrix Certified Professional-Networking (CCP-N), and Citrix Certified Professional-Virtualization (CCP-V).

MCPc has been supporting the IT needs of midwestern businesses for more than 20 years and has focused efforts in the cyber security space for more than 10 years. They'll share insights to help businesses understand how best to protect themselves against evolving and emerging threats.


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