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Cyber Security Bootcamp

Oct
16
2019
Wed 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

More than ever, business cyber security is essential.

Companies are understandably concerned about securing their business and information. Data collection, manipulation of private data,
competitive threats, and risk of cyber security breaches are too frequent and scary. Cyber security is critically important. Firewalls, antivirus software,
and technology safeguards are required critical protection but equally important is essential user-based cyber security training. With 85% of data breaches related to human error, this program focuses solely on critical non-technical cyber security business information. Prevent cyber breaches at the most vulnerable entry point employees and suppliers.

This exceptional program is offered as part of a track or individual sessions.


Cyber Breaches: Facts and Non-Technical Prevention Methods
October 16, 2019 | 11:00 am - 1:00 pm | Register

60% of small businesses are unable to survive a data breach. Refuse to be one of these statistics.
Learn essential components of cyber security breaches including facts and user based solutions.
- How and why cyber breaches occur
- How breaches can be prevented at their primary source, including browser and search engine selection


Cyber Security: User Based Prevention Methods
November 6, 2019 | 11:00 am - 1:00 pm | Register

Data breaches continue to occur at an alarming rate. Learn additional methods to deter cyber breaches.
- Encryption usage; secure connections; URL safety
- Tracking devices
- Social Media and more


Cyber Security: Best Practice Policies
November 20, 2019 | 11:00 am - 1:00 pm | Register

25 million data records are lost or stolen daily. Cyber Security requires multiple components - are you adequately protected?
Who is responsible for cyber security? This course is primarily for policy setting personnel.
- What security policy considerations and components are needed to prevent data breaches?
- What is an Incident Response Plan?


REGISTER FOR THE TRACK

Meet Your Facilitator:
Ray Ciarvella is an experienced cyber security presenter and instructor. Principal in iON Services which provides cyber security iNSiGHTS
and training to businesses and individuals. Ray held senior positions at Nelnet, Perot Systems, Electronic Data Systems (EDS), and start-up
companies. Ray is an accomplished speaker and trainer possessing rare blend of business and technical expertise, all combined with a
unique energetic personality. He is a former Executive Office and Chief Information Officer (CIO) for a publicly traded company (NYSE)
and presents cyber security prevention information in a non-technical, and easy to understand manner.


Cost: $100 standard fee; $75 for Bronze members; FREE for Silver and Gold members
Questions? Contact Rob Rose at rob.rose@denverchamber.org

Fee: $ 100.00

With 85% of data breaches related to human error, this program focuses solely on critical non-technical cyber security business information.

Phone: 303-620-8076

Location

Denver Metro SBDC
Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce 1445 Market St., 5th Floor Denver, CO 80202
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