As business has transitioned to a largely remote work environment, cyber exposure and attacks have risen during the pandemic. Cybersecurity and potential risks are
As business has transitioned to a largely remote work environment, cyber exposure and attacks have risen during the pandemic. Cybersecurity and potential risks are critical for business owners to consider as to not jeopardize the safety of confidential, proprietary, and often sensitive data. Breaches can have detrimental consequences not only to the bottom line, but also to a company’s reputation and the morale and confidence of customers and clients.
- Common cyber risks for businesses
- Practices to maintain the health of your business’ cybersecurity
- Remote work cyber risks & cybersecurity considerations from the pandemic
- Cyber liability insurance & coverage
- Navigating legal considerations through changing consumer privacy laws
All attendees will receive a digital copy of Kip Boyle’s book, Fire Doesn’t Innovate: The Executive’s Practical Guide to Thriving in the Face of Evolving Cyber Risks. Executives today cannot afford to ignore the damage phishing, malware, and malicious code pose to their company’s future. But, with this invaluable guide, anyone, no matter what their skill level or bandwidth, can become an effective cyber risk manager.
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