Free Seminar: Cybersecurity for Small Business

Sep 29, 2021

Seminar delivers keys to a pragmatic and rock-solid cybersecurity plan

While hackers target small businesses as low-hanging fruit, shrewd business owners know there are resources and strategies they can leverage to protect their assets. Complacency is never an option – why put your reputation, intellectual property and financial well-being at risk?

During the Cyber Security Summit’s Small Business Seminar on Oct. 26, we delve into the tools and knowledge you need to hone your cybersecurity business strategy. Our expert speakers from government and industry will empower you to understand the threats, deploy cost-effective practices to mitigate risk, navigate federal regulations and know what to do when incidents arise.

At the 2:15 pm session, Scott Singer, President of CyberNINES, will give a presentation on government cybersecurity requirements affecting small businesses in the DoD supply chain. 

Agenda

1:00 – 1:10 PM CT – Opening Welcome: “The New Normal”
1:10 – 1:25 PM CT – Introduction to Today’s Threats and Resources to Mitigate Them
1:25 – 2:15 PM CT – Practical Ways to Manage Risk as a Small Business
2:15 – 2:45 PM CT – Expanding Government Cybersecurity Requirements for Suppliers
3:00 – 3:30 PM CT – How the Government is Helping Small Business Build a Defense
3:30 – 4:30 PM CT – Cybersecurity Resources for Small Businesses – SBDC Cybersecurity Task Force
4:30 – 5:00 PM CT – Q&A Session for Taking Actionable Steps

Register Today + View Full Agenda at cybersecuritysummit.org

Need another great incentive to join us? Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, this year’s event is complimentary to attend as a standalone seminar ticket.

Of course, please consider joining us for the full Summit Oct 25-27 by purchasing either the VIP All-Access Pass or Summit Pass which give access to the Small Business Seminar and 100+ powerful sessions featuring leading-edge cybersecurity leaders.

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