Cyber Security for Small Businesses


Thursday, September 14, 2017 - 8:30am to 10:30am


DId you know that 62% of all cyber-attacks target small businesses? Are you ready for the inevitable?

The probability of your business failing is very high if you don’t have good cyber security in place.  However, cyber-security does not need to be expensive nor time consuming.
Come learn from an expert what you can do in your business to greatly reduce the risk of a cyber breach.
You will learn:
  • What needs to be protected in your business
  • How to effectively protect your business from cyber-crime using free and very low cost programs and apps
  • How to prepare and implement a security policy
  • What legal risks you face in the event of a cyber-security breach
  • What you should do if you get hacked.
  • 62% of cyber-attacks target small business (IBM).
  • It costs an average of $690,000 for a small business to clean up after a cyber-attack (Ponemon Institute).
  • 60% of small businesses will fail within six months after a cyber-attack (US NCSA).
Cost: $10.00   ($5.00 if you are a SBDC client - If you are not a SBDC client, click here to sign up. It’s FREE.
About the Presenter:
Vic Berger:
Vic has created value for nearly 20 years in the IT and Security space, and is currently a principal consultant for Opsis Technologies Group. Opsis leverages the Structured Technology Evaluation Methodology to bring the best capabilities to clients in cyber security, physical security, policies & procedures, supply chain security, and risk management.
Prior to Opsis, Vic worked at GTSI, CDW, Brocade, and Affigent.
Vic has been published in PC World, Security Today, and other IT and security periodicals.
*Refreshments provided*
To register for this seminar, go here.
Seminar held at SLCC-Miller Campus
9750 South 300 West
Sandy, UT