Cybersecurity and Continuity Strategies: What to Do When Hackers Strike
Whether you use a web-based payment processing software or manage your delivery calendar online, any business that has dealings via the internet is at risk for a cyberattack. Hackers can corrupt or steal your data, significantly slowing down or disrupting your ability to operate your business.
Small business owners are invited to our next roundtable event to learn how to keep your business operational in the event of disaster, attack or outage. We'll talk about the difference between backup and continuity, what are "acceptable losses," if any, the true cost of downtime, and blockchain for business continuity.
Owner EZ Worknet
Wednesday, June 13
7:30 - 9 a.m.
L.A. Area Chamber 350 S. Bixel St.
Los Angeles, CA 90017
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS ROUNDTABLE? Our mission is to facilitate meaningful peer-to-peer discussion that drives BIG results for small business owners.
We promise you:
A "no-sell" zone
To start and finish on time
To stay on point
We ask you to:
Be present and engaged
Be open to new ideas
Offer constructive contributions
CHAIR Andrea Damian, Swag Promo
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? You must be a Chamber member and the owner of a small business.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? This is a membership value opportunity, so there's no cost to participate.
QUESTIONS ABOUT GROWING YOUR BUSINESS? Your peers have answers.