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Virginia SBDC

How the Hackers Stole Christmas! (Cybersecurity) *Live Webinar* - PW

Dec
15
2022
Thu 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Online
Facilitated by Mason SBDC
Topic: Cybersecurity

Overview of this Live, Cybersecurity webinar

Attention all small business owners!

This session will help you keep your guard up over the holidays, so you won’t fall victim to the latest scams and cyberattacks. For many businesses, a major portion of their annual revenue is collected between Black Friday and New Year’s. While many of us are looking forward to enjoying some time off with family and friends, the bad actors are getting ramped up to launch fresh rounds of mayhem. We will share examples to heighten your awareness of the hackers’ favorite techniques. You’ll learn about some of the most damaging types cyberattacks, and how they exploit you and your company’s vulnerabilities.

Who should attend: Small business owners who want to avoid falling victim to common holiday scams and cybersecurity attacks.


Speaker: Dr. Teresa Piliouras, CEO and Founder, Technical Consulting & Research, Inc.

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

Cancellation Policy: Contact the Center regarding cancellation 24 business hours 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 presented via Zoom. Webinar access details (Zoom invitation) will be provided after registration.


Fee: No Cost

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