Category: Cybersecurity

Create a Cyber Incident Response Plan

In an era where cyber incidents are on the rise, ensuring you have a cyber incident response plan means you know how to respond to a serious security incident, such as a data breach, data leak, ransomware attack, or loss of sensitive information.

During this session, we walk you through the basics of creating a cyber incident response plan for your organization. By the end of this hour, you should feel equipped to put a basic incident response plan together.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Business Owners, Management Teams, Cybersecurity Professionals and individuals within an organization responsible for cybersecurity, risk management or information security

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How to protect your small business from Identity Theft

In this three-part series Virginia SBDC Cyber Industry Expert, Quiana Gainey, covers how to start protecting your business from cyber threats online. This third session in the series discusses what sort of data small businesses are responsible for and how they can secure their data.

Identity theft is a serious threat to small business owners. Thieves may steal sensitive information and business owners must be alert and on guard at all times. It is important to take strong security measures to protect your business and your customer data.

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It’s All About the Data

In this three-part series Virginia SBDC Cyber Industry Expert, Quiana Gainey, covers how to start protecting your business from cyber threats online. This second session in the series offers best practices for small businesses to protect their business data.

Cybersecurity threats and data breaches have become the rule rather than an exception for businesses regardless of size. Protecting business data starts with a solid understanding of best practices in cybersecurity.

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Let’s Talk about Cybersecurity for Startups

In this three-part series Virginia SBDC Cyber Industry Expert, Quiana Gainey, covers how to start protecting your business from cyber threats online. This first session in the series covers cybersecurity considerations for startups.

The Internet allows businesses of all sizes and from any location to reach new and larger markets and provides opportunities to work more efficiently by using computer-based tools. Theft of digital information has become the most commonly reported fraud, surpassing physical theft.                

Joined by special guest speaker William McBorrough of Posture.

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