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Cyber Webinars for Business

August 17, 2017 Leave a comment

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Cyber Webinars: October 3, 12, and 19

October is National Cyber Security Month

Cyber liability and security of your assets is the most dangerous peril to your profitability and business continuation. CEOs and business owners understand how to use their computers, mobile devices, and the power of the cloud to boost performance and efficiency, yet few understand the exposures and hazards that they create for the company.

Small and medium size businesses are targeted the most. The reason? They’re low-hanging fruit and the picking is easy for cyber criminals. If the largest and most sophisticated corporations can be exposed to cyber liability, so can you. This webinar is not about elimination of the risk because that’s impossible. Rather, it’s a comprehensive plan on how to optimize your preparation and readiness to be resilient.

The webinar is ideal for the person in charge of controlling and financing risk in your company. Whomever is responsible for the business continuation and insurance in your company should register today and reserve a seat at this all important webinar (three dates available). The future of your business may very well depend on it…

Protecting Your Company to Infinity & Beyond

Dates: October 3, 2017 / October 12, 2017 / October 19, 2017

(Note: All three webinars are identical. You only need to attend one of them)

Time: 11:00 am to 12:00 pm PST (2:00 to 3:00 pm EST)

Platform: Video webinar through my private Zoom page. All you have to do is log in with credentials you’ll receive after registering.

Fees: $50 per person before September 15th. After September 15th, it’s $125 per person.

REGISTER today and reserve your spot.

What You Get

  • 60 minutes of discussion on strategies and tactics to control and finance the growing threat to realizing your company’s objectives and business growth
  • A workbook to use during the webinar to create your own company cyber plan
  • Techniques to prevent, control and minimize your cyber risk
  • Methods on how to most effectively finance and insure your liability from cyber perils
  • A sustainable model to keep current moving forward
  • The opportunity to ask questions and get immediate answers during the webinar

You insure your company for perils like fire, theft, and liability. The most insidious and worrisome peril of cyber liability often gets minimized or ignored. Protect your company assets and financial statement. Join your peers in this important program.

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Data Breach Crisis

August 28, 2013 Leave a comment

Information from my shopping cart and merchant account vendor’s newsletter. It applies to what I do so here I am sharing it with you. You can figure out the moral of the story!

Data breach incidents in the United States alone cost companies an average of $188 per compromised record in 2012*.

Multiply that by dozens or even hundreds of customer records, and it’s easy to see how the costs to your company can spiral quickly out of control if your system is compromised. Clearly, data security is a huge concern to merchants of all sizes.

Courtesy of Authorize.net

© 2013 Dan Weedin. All Rights Reserved

 

 

 

Foresight 20/20 Video Series: Episode #2 – Lost in Cyberspace

March 8, 2013 Leave a comment

Cyber crime is a huge peril that often gets overlooked by business owners and executives. This episode will focus on steps you can take to prevent a crisis dealing with the volatile world of technology.

© 2013 Dan Weedin. All Rights Reserved

Must See TV – Hackers Targeting Small Business

August 1, 2011 Leave a comment

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60% of criminal hacker activity is against employers with less than 100 employees. This Wall Street Journal video is must see for any business, especially you small ones. This can completely kill your business. It’s a topic in my August Business Killers subscription. If you want to continue to stay up to date on perils that can cripple and/or kill your business, you need to become a subscriber for only $50 a month. The business you save might just be your own!

Subscribe to Business Killers today!

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