December 8th Cybersecurity Summit – Why Your Business Can’t Afford to Miss It 

Cybersecurity is an imperative, but often overlooked aspect of your business. As we approach the new normal of remote work, with 35% of American employees working from home full-time, IT experts are urging businesses owners to get comfortable with understanding their business infrastructure and investing in a full-scale, robust cybersecurity program. As convenient as it is for employees to work flexibly, remote work can pipeline to more cyber threats and new risk factors because of how many new endpoints are introduced. 

If your employees are interested and want to move to remote work, it’s time to take cybersecurity seriously. 

Cybersecurity awareness is critical for businesses 

Despite the significance of having a cybersecurity action plan, many business owners still hesitate to prioritize investing in it, or their IT standing at all. Although technology can be a hefty upfront expense, the price your business will pay if a threat actor infiltrates your data is much larger; 60% of businesses hit by a cyberattack close within six months. However, the language barrier revolving around business cybersecurity is fraught with companies trying to sell the latest product or software, which can turn off anyone just trying to learn more about how to protect themselves and their data. The right security tools can be an invaluable asset for preserving your data privacy, but if you don’t know how to implement them properly or know what they’re doing, they’re useless. 

Even worse, there’s no amount of product plugging that can help you understand how to make cybersecurity work for your unique business needs or comply with industry standards. As an example, the same rules that work for financial services might not for healthcare, or manufacturing. Cybersecurity is not a one-size-fits-all solution, and it shouldn’t be treated like one. The research is exhausting, the terminology is inaccessible, and the price tag is intimidating. 

Overall, cybersecurity is not beginner friendly. 

Skip the advertisements; get your business cyber-ready 

The next entry in our Cybersecurity Summit series is on December 8th, and you won’t want to miss it! Registration is easy and best of all, this event is FREE! Spots are filling quickly so REGISTER TODAY to ensure you don’t miss out!

Cybersecurity doesn’t have to be hard. 

Guest Speakers 

Our main goal, by hosting our three-part Cybersecurity Summit series, is to keep your business protected and productive. We want to make the education you need to make the right technology choices for your business to be accessible and informative, and open your eyes to the dangers of being unprepared for cybersecurity threats. By the time you return home, you’ll feel differently about your business’s current IT standing, and you’ll have the know-how to address its vulnerabilities. 

Learn how to safely approach remote work from this month’s guest speakers: 

Henry Washburn 

Sales and Engineering Manager at Huntress, a 100% remote B2B cybersecurity platform. Henry has been a leading visionary in the cybersecurity market for 12 years, using his knowledge and expertise to find the best, value-based safety solutions for his clients. 

James McQuiggan 

Security and Awareness Advocate at KnowBe4, the world’s largest cybersecurity awareness training and phishing simulator platform. As an instructor and strong advocate of cyber safety, James spends his days teaching best security practices to working adults all around the globe through webinars, in-person training sessions, trade shows, and social media posts. 

In addition to our special guests’ invaluable industry knowledge, by attending our cyberconference, you’re signing up for: 

Join us on December 8th 

Missed the previous webinars or just want a refresher? Visit our Youtube channel for more!

Cybersecurity knowledge could be the deciding factor between growing your business, or permanently closing your doors.  

Tune in on December 8th to learn the crucial information you need to protect your business from cyberthreats.