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October 26, 2017

Cybersecurity: How to Prevent Potential Threats Workshop - Thursday, October 26

Cybersecurity is a critical piece to every business, but many business owners are not sure of the steps they need to take. This workshop can get you started! You will learn how to proactively protect the data that is important to your business. Your customers expect you to have secure systems - do you? What if all of your systems stopped tomorrow - do you have a back-up? Where is it stored? Do you train your employees to identify potential attacks? Who has access to your data in your business? We will look at these topics and give you solutions. Many are easily implemented. This workshop will take place on Thursday, October 26 from 9:00 - 11:00 am at the SMC Small Business Councils.


Brett Creasy holds the Certified Computer Examiner (CCE), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and GIAC certified forensic analyst (GCFA) certifications. He has testified as an expert in state and federal courts and has performed hundreds of examinations for cases involving intellectual property theft, unauthorized use of computer systems, harassment, computer hacking, criminal and white-collar crimes, and employment class action cases, among others. He routinely investigates and advises on cybersecurity issues including phishing attacks, ransomware, and other types of malware.

Ken Doerbecker is a 51-year veteran of the Information Technology industry. Starting out as a Field Engineer for IBM at the age of 17, he retired from his 28-year career as their Branch Office Manager in Pittsburgh. Following that, Ken started Perfection Services, Inc. For the past 24 years PSI has been providing high quality, professional level, leading edge, affordable IT support to the small and medium size business community centered around the Pittsburgh area. PSI was rated #1 Small Business Managed Service Provider last year.

Albert Whale has an extensive background with protecting everything from International Corporations and Small to Mid-sized Businesses (SMBs). His background extends from Application Development & Security, Training and Enterprise solutions.