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The Urgent Need for Cybersecurity
The Chamber’s Center for Business Excellence
49 Commerce Dr., Wyomissing
Thursday, May 17
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
“Could you afford to lose $117,000? According to one estimate, that’s how much a digital data breach can cost a small business. Add to that startling number the fact that it takes an average of three days to stop a cyberattack, and the potential financial and operational damage becomes worryingly real.” The Week (April 16, 2018)
Recent data breaches at major corporations demonstrate the challenges businesses face in protecting themselves and their stakeholders from cyberattacks launched by hackers and organized crime.
The Greater Reading Chamber Alliance and Weidenhammer have partnered to bring you a vitally important workshop on one of today’s key challenges effecting all businesses. Is your organization prepared to meet this challenge? If not, what would a cyberattack cost your business? How will your customers react, and how would it impact your reputation?
Join us for this crucial workshop every leader and business owner should attend. Learn about various types of cybercrimes and cybercriminals. See WHY cybersecurity is everyone’s biggest concern and the impact cybercrime has on businesses.
Cybersecurity experts will share the importance of:
- Developing your cybersecurity strategy
- Robust policies and procedures
- Educating users about their role in preventing cyber attacks
- Technology available to protect against data breaches
- Government regulation’s impact on cyber security
Seating is limited, so register today!
Featured Presenter: Rick Sutton – Managing Director, Weidenhammer
Rick has over 30 years of leadership experience, including 20 years in strategic planning, information technology, operational improvement, project management and risk management. He regularly performs technology assessments, developing strategic road maps for companies to improve their IT operations. Rick is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). He has a degree in Finance from Villanova University and a MBA in Finance from Drexel University.
Rick will be joined by a panel of experts for the Q & A segment of the workshop.