How To Protect Your Business From
The Growing Threats Related To Cyber Security

Man in suit, finger on lockWith each passing day on the news there is another story relating to cyber crime.  With the saturation of technology in our every day lives, this is a topic that is not going away any time soon.  In fact, it has taken a turn focusing on the Small Business market.   Did you know that according to the Small Business Administration, nearly 54% of all sales in the United States comes from small business?  Now imagine, what could happen to our economy if hackers succeed in mass attacks upon them.  Scary, right?  For this reason, we need to start more conversations to make sure our Small Business community clearly understands the reality of the threats and begins to put in place necessary measures to protect themselves, their customers and their community.

The reality is, there are two kinds of companies:  those who have been hacked, and those who don’t know they have been hacked. – Unknown

Communications & Cyber Security Specialist, Julia Eudy, will lead an informative presentation including pertinent facts and information provided by our national organizations fighting cyber attacks across our country. She has invited other local technology and business professionals including those who specialize in computer security, network security, website development and management, policy development and employee training, cyber insurance, and legal; to participate in the conversation to share the impact they are already seeing this having on businesses in our own community.  Together, they will field questions from those in attendance and offer some important suggestions on specific actions that each business owner should begin to take in developing a recovery plan.

DISCLOSURE:  By electing to register for these events, you will be taken to PayPal to complete your ticket purchase and returned to this website.  If you have any trouble with this process, or would like to submit a different form of payment, please contact Julia at 636-379-1750 x702.

UPCOMING DATES / LOCATIONS:

Note:  Ticket pricing can vary based on venue and amenities provided.


WEDNESDAY – MAY 24, 2017
Time:  11:30 – 1:30 pm
Location: Economic Development Center – Mid Rivers Mall Drive
Arrive early for networking opportunities.  Lunch Included – 40 Seats Available (+standing room)
Cost: $15.00 (non-refundable)





Thursday – MAY 25, 2017
Women’s Power Networking Luncheon
Time:  11:30 – 1:30 pm
Location: Old Spaghetti Factory – Chesterfield
Buy Tickets Here

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