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Cybersecurity basics -How do we protect ourselves and our companies against cyber criminals?

Cybersecurity basics -How do we protect ourselves and our companies against cyber criminals?

Tuesday, February 2, 2021 9:00am to 10:15am
FREE

With the impact of the pandemic and some stores closed or partially open, more businesses are looking to bring their “shop” online.

How do we protect ourselves and our companies against cyber criminals?

We all know that we shouldn't email our account information to someone claiming to be a Nigerian prince. We've heard the terms "spyware", "ransomware", "hacking", "phishing", etc. But, what do we need to know to avoid these things? How can non-technical people identify attacks and how should we respond?

Join Zack Barton and Megan Sapulding as they discuss the basics of cybersecurity and go over some of the details that every computer user should understand to protect themselves and their businesses.

Zack Barton is the Director of Barton Interactive. He has over 16 years of professional experience working with online businesses small and large. His specialties include cybersecurity, design, development, digital marketing, eCommerce, and search engine optimization.

Megan Spaulding is the Director of Startup Success for Shasta County. She took her own company viral at the local level in Nashville, TN. She understands what it takes to create and leverage momentum. Her consulting specialties include app development, tech startups, social media marketing &
 

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