How to Keep Your Office Safe from Hackers w/ Sean Story
Name: How to Keep Your Office Safe from Hackers w/ Sean Story
Date: November 15, 2018
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM PST
Registration: Register Now
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If you are small business owner, you’ve probably heard about the catastrophic cyber attacks that are hurting hundreds of American businesses everyday and thought to yourself “this probably would never happen to me”. A recent Hiscox study showed that 7/10 businesses are unprepared to deal with a cyberattack. While cyberattacks may be specifically targeting a business, a random cyber attack (non-targeted) is actually more common in today’s day and age.
Join Sean Story of Playa del Rey's own Sean Story, Inc., an IT consulting and website design firm, for a Lunch N Learn with tech talking and taco eating! He will be exploring some of the fundamental technologies and protocols that your small business should have in place to stay protected.
Being a victim of a cyber attack is very costly to your business. These attacks not only create monetary damages, but also have indirect costs such as loss of reputation, loss of customers, and the human hours required to remedy the attack and repair all of the damages.
During our lunch and learn, we will discuss in detail the ten cyber security tips for small businesses that both my firm and the Federal Communications Commission recommends. Bring your questions and IT issues to the discussion, along with a hearty appetite for learning and delicious tacos!
is an IT and website design consultant with over ten years of experience and a demonstrated history of working with small and medium-sized businesses in various industries, including live entertainment, real estate, non-profit, retail, manufacturing, government, professional services, and healthcare. His firm is a partner of Aerohive Networks, Sonicwall, ESET, Carbonite, and many other reputable technology companies. He is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University’s College of Business Administration and is currently pursuing his Master’s of Science degree from the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering, also at LMU.