Small Business, Big Threats: Together for a Cyber Resilient Tomorrow
As reported earlier this year by the Harvard Business Review, “in a 2021 survey by the Center for Strategic & International Studies, 42% of small- and medium-sized businesses experienced a cyberattack in the last year and estimates suggest that 40% of 2021 cyberattacks concentrated on small and medium-sized businesses, with attacks on these businesses growing 150% over the last two years.” Cybersecurity threats are on the rise and small business owners can take proactive steps to avoid becoming a victim of cybercrime.
Small Business, Big Threats: Together for a Cyber Resilient Tomorrow is an informative and educational webinar that focuses on helping small businesses understand the cyber threats they face, such as phishing/smishing, ransomware, and business email compromise. Facilitated by Meshach Walker, Cybersecurity and Election Security Coordinator at the Division of Elections, this lunch-and-learn webinar will examine the importance of cybersecurity planning. By exploring tips and best practices for protecting against these common attacks, small business owners and employees will be better equipped to protect themselves, their customers, and their data.
Who might be interested in attending this webinar?
- – Small business owners
- – Entrepreneurs
- – Employees, especially those responsible for digital engagement, IT, or administrative roles
- – Those interested in exploring cyber hygiene and cybersecurity work culture