The Washington DC Metropolitan area’s leading managed IT service provider’s President and CEO will be presenting a cybersecurity presentation at this year’s Fairfax County Small Business Forum. The presentation will be from 10AM-10:50AM and will cover a variety of topics ranging from how to spot a phishing email to how to secure your organization and the many network and system vulnerabilities that exist.
Cyber threats have a high potential of putting small businesses out of business due to their expensive recovery costs. “As you may have heard in the news, cyber threats are on the rise and it is therefore extremely crucial for small businesses to have top-notch cybersecurity plans,” said CEO Michael Drobnis. As an owner of an IT firm with over 20 years of experience working with small businesses to implement effective cybersecurity programs, attendees will walk out with the knowledge necessary to help them take extra precautions to protect their organization.
About the Small Business Forum:
The Small Business Forum offers small business owners opportunities to network, seek coaching and “find out what is available in our business ecosystem” by engaging with fellow business people, Fairfax County agencies, federal agencies, larger corporations who seek subcontractors, and business services exhibitors all under one roof for five hours. Some of the past successes include several small businesses securing contracts during the forum, as well as numerous long-standing business relationships initiated during sessions.
We hope to see you there!