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Cybersecurity for Small and Mid-Sized Business

Small Business Development Center at Treasure Valley Community College

Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM (MST)

Cybersecurity for Small and Mid-Sized Business

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Cybersecurity
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Feb 21, 2018 $10.00 $2.61

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Routine business transactions can open the door to cyber theft or attack, and with the proliferation of devices, vehicles, and building infrastructures that are connected to the Internet and other networks, having a cybersecurity plan has never been more important for businesses of all types and sizes.

 

If you’re a business owner or work in facilities, HR, IT or are an office manager, you will want to attend this event to learn about:

¨ The latest threats and vulnerabilities targeting small businesses

¨ Strategies for mitigating threats

¨ Remedial measures -Free resources available to small businesses

¨ Initiatives underway in Oregon to develop a more cyber-aware workforce and help small businesses safeguard against cyber threats.

 

 

Leslie Golden has worked in technology for nearly 20 years, spanning the public and private sectors as a CIO and CISO. Her specialization in Information Security and Compliance drives her interest in helping organizations align their business strategy with the adoption of security best practices. Her expertise centers on the education, health, and finance verticals.

 

  Lewis Howell is founder and CEO of Hueya, Inc., a company that helps empower people to proactively take control of their online identity and secure their digital world. His expertise in security and hacking—combined with his passion for making people safer online—are at the epicenter of Hueya, Inc., a company with a mission to encourage people of all ages to enjoy social media and the Internet, but to do it in a way that minimizes risk and unwanted exposure.

Have questions about Cybersecurity for Small and Mid-Sized Business? Contact Small Business Development Center at Treasure Valley Community College

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Treasure Valley Community College
650 College Boulevard
Weese Building Room 110
Ontario, OR 97914

Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM (MST)


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Small Business Development Center at Treasure Valley Community College

The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Treasure Valley Community strives to strengthen businesses in Oregon & Idaho and support economic growth by providing comprehensive management assistance, affordable educational programs and helpful resources for small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs.

The vast array of SBDC services include no cost, confidential one-on-one, long term professional business advising; low-cost training on topics important to business owners; referral to programs available from local, state and national resources; timely business reference materials; a dynamic informational website www.BizCenter.org; market research; free access to LivePlan, a business planning template; GrowthWheel, a tool for business decision making; and much more.

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