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Keyboard Criminals: Protecting your Business from Cyberattacks

Many small to medium-sized businesses feel overwhelmed by IT security threats, how to deal with them and the costs involved. What’s next? Join BT360 to learn from cybersecurity experts in technology, law and consulting how and why smaller businesses are targeted, and get tips, insights and other tools that can protect your data, your employees and your customers.

In this webcast, you will learn:

  • The weaknesses and tactics used by attackers in the two most common small business cybersecurity breaches today
  • Straightforward, actionable steps small businesses can take to protect their data and networks
  • How good security helps reduce your legal risk
  • Security policies every business should have in place
  • How cyber criminals prey on your employees
  • How to build a strategic Cyber Continuity plan before the incident occurs
    And more!

Presented by BT360 Content Solutions, a service of BizTimes Media

Webcast Details

RECORDED ON:

Wednesday, October 7, 2020
12:30-2:00 PM

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