Joined by executives from Microsoft, ADP and The National Institute of Standards and Technology, Cobb will share pressing cybersecurity issues faced by small businesses and practical steps they should take to stay protected against the latest cyberthreats.
"Small businesses are an attractive target for cybercriminals because they often handle the same sensitive data and information that larger enterprises do, but often lack the sophisticated security protocols of those organizations," said Cobb. "It's critical that small business owners take the time to identify what data and devices they have that may be at risk, put solutions in place to protect that information and continue to reassess their strategy on an ongoing basis."
What: National Small Business Week cybersecurity panel Who: Stephen Cobb, senior security researcher, ESET When:Monday, May 2, 2016, from 11:00 a.m. – noon ET Where: U.S. Institute of Peace - 2301 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, D.C. (and streamed live from https://www.sba.gov/nsbw/)
ESET will be making resources available to small business for NSBW including its free "Small Business Cybersecurity Survival Guide" that provides small businesses with actionable measures to take to protect their business from cyber threats. The guide is available here: http://business.eset.com/smb-cybersecurity-survival-guide/.
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