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Anatomy of a Murder: How Hackers are Killing Small Businesses - *Webinar (Live)* - PW

Jan
26
2022
Wed 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Online
Facilitated by Mason SBDC
Topic: Cybersecurity

Anatomy of a Murder: How hackers are killing small businesses -- And here’s what you need to do to protect yourself

(Co-Presented by Teresa Piliouras and Gary Alfano)

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When you read about cyber scams, do you ever think, “I would’ve never fallen for that!”

In this webinar, you will learn to see your blind-spots and how they can be used to compromise your business.

Who should attend: This presentation is designed for small businesses that want practical help with cybersecurity

Topics to be covered:

  • BEC (Business Email Compromise) and how it’s bankrupting small businesses

  • What BEC is and the psychology behind it

  • Why BEC is so effective and dangerous

  • Trends in BEC attacks

  • Examples – Learn to recognize BEC

  • What you should do to protect against BEC attacks

  • Guest Speaker from Webster Bank: Kevin Thompson, SVP, Manager of Fraud Services, will discuss trends Webster Bank is seeing with respect to BEC, and what they are doing to protect customers against it.

  • Guest Speaker from John M. Glover Insurance Agency: Tammy Lee Dunn, VP, Business Development, will discuss different types of cybersecurity insurance.


Speaker(s):

Co-sponsor(s) & Partner(s): Prince William County Department of Economic Development & Prince William Chamber of Commerce

Cancellation Policy: Please provide 24 business-hours notification prior to the event. Kindly email – help@masonsbdc.org (preferred) or call 703-261-4105 to notify the team.

Special Instructions: This live webinar will be on the Zoom platform. Zoom invitation link will be emailed after registration.


Fee: No Cost

Webinar (Live)

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