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Cyber Security for Your Business

Cyber Security for Your Business

Tuesday, December 15, 2020 9:00am to 10:00am
No Fee

Cyber Security for Your Business

Program Format: Webinar
Training Topics: Risk Management

 

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Description:

Cybersecurity is a critical piece of all businesses, especially small businesses. Most business owners do not understand Cybersecurity, let alone new technologies to keep their businesses safe from cyber threats. During this webinar, we will provide some definitions to help business owners understand what cybersecurity is, why cybersecurity is important for small businesses, and review data security and consumer privacy, which small businesses may be legally required to follow.  Focus will also include various types of cyber-attacks, ways of protecting your small business from cyber threats (cyber defense), strategies and resources for developing and implementing cybersecurity plans, frameworks, policies and contacts related to cyber crime reporting, Federal agencies,  and related resources to use in meeting your cybersecurity needs. 

When you register for this training, a webinar link will be emailed to you prior to the event.  This training is an online webinar Only.

Instructions: 

There is no fee to attend this training. Advance registration is required. For detail information, please call:  (530) 895-9017, or email:  konuwaso@butte.edu 

When you register for this webinar, a webinar link will be emailed to you prior to the event.  This training is an online webinar, Only.

 

 

konuwaso@butte.edu

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