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Are you growing a small business in Kansas? Then it’s time to protect your investment.
Today’s business is driven by data in a digital world. Technology and the internet enable tremendous innovation with efficiencies that lead to great opportunities – with the potential for great risk. Hackers and cyber thieves are attacking business in an alarming rate on a daily basis. What will happen to your business and customers when your systems are compromised?
The Cyber Security Forum will offer invaluable insight for business and security decision makers in small businesses, non-profits, and government, as well as provide a platform for students and educators to engage with industry professionals. Register today to learn how to reduce security risks, build strong defenses against cyber-attacks, and how to protect and recover your systems after a breach.
Meet the Experts and learn about Kansas resources
One of Kansas SBDC’s own, Brian Dennis will be facilitating the event and providing a workshop entitled, “When the Idea of a Plan Isn’t Good Enough: Policy and Procedures.”
Is having an idea of a plan enough? Having a living document that reflects your goals for recovering from a business interruption will improve recovery time. Brian Dennis discusses critical elements surrounding a sharable policy and procedures manual for small business.
In addition to Brian, we’ll have speakers from the FBI, 184th Cyber Intelligence Wing of the Air National Guard, Wichita State University, Friends University, Butler Community College, as well as the private sector.
A full event schedule can be found here.
Brian S. Dennis, Director of the Kansas SBDC Cybersecurity Center is an associate business continuity planner certified by Disaster Recovery Institute International. Brian gained experience in response and recovery to disasters on the ground during Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005 and again with Hurricanes Gustav and Ike in 2008. Since joining the Kansas SBDC in 2013 Brian has worked to create a statewide culture focused on understanding and addressing disaster recovery before a problem occurs. Recently, the Kansas SBDC recognized Brian as the 2017 State Star. The recognition places him in an elite group of 63 business advisors from across the nation with special recognition from America’s SBDC.
In addition to a full day of panel discussions, workshops, and presentations, we’ve planned multiple opportunities throughout the day to do what many of us want to do at events – network. After you fill you brain, join us for more networking immediately following the forum.