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The One Key Element for Improving your Small Business Cyber Security – The Human Factor

February 7, 2018  
Start Date February 7, 2018
End Date February 7, 2018
Time 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Facility Webinar
Contact Info Benjamin Blanc
benjaminb@wispro.org
414-2703600
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Presented by Dane Deutsch, President, DCS Netlink

The security of your business information is critical – to you, your employees, your customers and your supply chain.  A cyber-attack can have a crippling effect on your business operations, finances and reputation.

One of the most critical elements in cyber risk is the HUMAN FACTOR.   Human behavior, whether that of your employees, leadership, clients or suppliers, can be a significant threat to your data and networks.  Often the behavior leading to the breach is unintentional.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How to develop processes and procedures to minimize the human factor risk
  • How to increase cyber awareness at your business
  • How to identify “weak links”
  • How to identify security breaches
  • What to do when your system has been compromised

Who should attend:

  • Small business owners
  • Leadership of non-profit organizations
  • Local government leadership
  • Anyone responsible for the security of their organizations data and information

Anyone who has suffered through a breach or hack

At the end of the webinar, DCS will make available to attendees a NO COST Dark Web Scan.

About the Speaker:

Over the past 23 years, Dane has grown his technology business from a small repair shop to a leadership position in current Cloud and Security Services. DCS has grown from 1 employee to 8 and provides a wide range of services from repairing computers to installing and maintaining networks to a full line of Networking and Internet/Cloud services including: web design, e-mail services, e-commerce, wireless internet, and most importantly, Internet Security. Mr. Deutsch is a graduate of Bemidji State University (MN) and recently received his Masters in Communication Technology from UW Stout (WI).  He earned his commission as an Air Force Officer in 1982 and served on active duty for 8 years.  During his service he was responsible for the electronics and communications in Turkey and surrounding area.  He is also the owner of a nationally recognized gymnastics facility.  DCS Netlink is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB).

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