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Cyber Security Horror Stories

Three TRUE Cyber Attack Stories and the Security Lessons They Teach

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It’s not safe out there... but do you know how not safe it is? We’re talking about cyber space, the internet, the world wide web. The vast cyber world we plug into everyday has brought great advantages in how we do business, but there are risks involved. Unfortunately, too many executives don’t realize how cyber risk increases their level of business risk, or that the risk is increasing every day.

Part of the problem with acknowledging cyber risk is that there is a low awareness of the threats. We hear about the big data breaches but we don’t hear about the attacks that happen to small businesses. The truth is that the vast majority of data breaches - that’s about 90% - never get reported. It’s not the way that companies want to hear about themselves on the news or in the social media feeds of their customers, vendors and employees, so they keep it under wraps.

Join us for our next 30-minute webinar to hear three true stories of small businesses that were victims of cyber attacks. We’ll cover:

  • The tactics that the cyber criminals used to reach their targets.
  • How the cyber attacks bypassed technical defenses to make their strike.
  • The impact the attacks had on these businesses.
  • The role that IT management plays in cyber defense.
  • How to avoid becoming a victim of a cyber attack.

Fill out the form below to register for this short, informative webinar. Can't make it? Register anyway and we’ll send you a recording of the webinar so you can watch at your convenience. 


 

About the Presenter

Peter O'Campo, Chief Technology Officer

Peter_OPeter O’Campo is Chief Technology Officer of Accent Computer Solutions, Inc. He earned his B.S. in Accounting from Azusa Pacific University in 1996. Prior to working for Accent, he successfully grew and sold three information technology companies. In his role as Accent’s CTO, Peter is responsible for advancing technology and increasing efficiency for both Accent and its clients. He stays up-to-date on the IT industry, evaluates new technology to stay ahead of the competition, implements technologies and processes to make staff more effective, as well as reviews and refines existing processes for efficiency.

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