Protect Your Small Business From Cyber Threats

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Free Workshops April 24 and 25

Protect Your Small Business From Cyber Threats

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Computer/Internet Security Workshops set for Tulsa and Oklahoma City

     Small  and mid-size businesses that network with social media are rapidly becoming the main target of hackers and cyber thieves.  To address this concern the SBA, the FBI, the National Institute of Standards & Technology, InfraGard and SCORE are co-hosting Computer and Cyber Security Workshops in Tulsa and Oklahoma City.
      The workshops are designed to help small business owners recognize the threat of computer crime and take steps to avoid becoming a victim.
     Small business owners, employees, or IT professionals who support small and mid-size businesses, should not miss this opportunity to learn from national experts.  This interactive workshop provides practical tools and techniques to help small business owners assess, enhance, and maintain the security of their systems.
     Speakers include Jayson Street, a prominent internet ‘hacker’ and  information security expert with the banking industry and Jason Nestelroad, Special Agent, FBI Cyber Squad at the Oklahoma City workshop.  Speaking at both locations will be Richard Kissel, senior information security analyst with the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

Tulsa - April 24 - The University of Tulsa ONEOK Club Level of the H.A. Chapman Stadium. 

To register, call 918-581-7462.   

Oklahoma City - April 25 - Oklahoma City University,  Meinders School of Business. 

To register, call 405-609-8000.

Businesses that network into social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and others) or simply have a web presence or swipe customer credit cards are extremely vulnerable to identity theft, data loss and other cyber disasters. 


With limited budgets and few or no technical experts, these businesses generally have weak security.  Cyber criminals have taken notice.