Recently I met with my friend, David Behen at York coffee house to talk about cybersecurity. I was shocked to learn how unprepared I am to manage cybersecurity for my business.
One surprise was to learn that the biggest threat to most businesses, including mine, is ransomware. I had known that even a small business like mine would face significant risk if my system is held hostage by a cyber-criminal.
Secondly, I learned from David that the method I was using to secure my passwords was not adequate. Any format I would use would be easily detected by hackers.
You will learn about the solutions to these problems if you attend the Leaders Connect event on Friday, February 24th, 2023.
David Behen will lead the workshop on cybersecurity. Here are some further comments from David to learn about what will be presented on Friday:
Cybersecurity is sometimes hard to understand. Too many acronyms, too many techy words and the price tag to protect your company always seems too high. How do I know if I even need to be worried or concerned about cyber? In our interactive discussion this Friday morning we will try to demystify cybersecurity for you so you can start to feel better about what you are doing to protect yourself and your company.
One easy way to see if you are doing some of the right things with cybersecurity is to get your SensCy Score™. SensCy, an Ann Arbor based cybersecurity company has developed a quick and easy cyber health evaluation to get your score – they invented the SensCy Score™ which is like a FICO score for a company’s cyberhealth. SensCy is offering a free no cost no obligation SensCy cyberhealth evaluation to obtain the SensCy Score™ for your SMO. This assessment will highlight your organization’s cybersecurity posture by identifying potential cyber vulnerabilities and where you are doing well. For more information on a SensCy Score™ click here. This evaluation takes about 20 minutes and as soon as you are completed you will have a real, tangible score allowing you to determine if you need to take steps to secure your organization, personal data, customer data, and protect your organization from cyberattacks like ransomware.
Registration is now closed for the event.