Soft Targets? How to Protect your Business from Hackers and other Attackers


Jan. 18 2016, Published 7:00 p.m. ET

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COST: $35

VENUE: Microsoft

ADDRESS: 11 Times Square, New York, NY 10036, USA

Protect your business and your valuable information now: Don't wait for a security crisis. Register for this informative workshop with business security expert Jessica Robinson to:

  • Learn practical steps to implement security best practices without paying a lot of money
  • Eliminate risks to your business and take proactive and preventative action
  • Integrate security measures to create peace of mind and added value with your customers
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The Back Story:

In today's world, the security landscape is constantly evolving. While small businesses may see themselves as too small to target, every business has sensitive data and is vulnerable to information being stolen. 85% of big businesses and 37% of small businesses have a cyber security policy in place. There has been an increase in soft target attacks as aggressors and terrorists learn from each other. Soft target attacks primarily target small businesses which don't yet consistently implement security best practices and procedures.

About the Workshop Leader:

Jessica Robinson is Founder and CEO of PurePoint International, which helps startups, businesses and international organizations address cybersecurity and physical threats, protect information, mitigate risk and plan for business continuity. She has worked with start-ups, small and large businesses, including Target and the US Open.

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