Free Executive Cyber Security 2020 Webinar

What you DON’T know DOES hurt you

2 PM Thursday May 21st

Register free now

Webinar Details:

LIVE: Thursday, May 21
Start Time: 2pm

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Benjamin Ranieri

Queen Consulting and Technologies

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Patrick Hunter

Hook Security

Here’s What Others Have To Say About The Webinar

OMG, this training is AWESOME!

Marsha K. Scott
Firm Administrator
Wendroff & Associates, LLC

“Queen Consulting Tech, continuously works with us to enhance our cybersecurity posture here at Empower Solutions, which includes training for our employees. Our initial phishing test (attached) had us in stitches and also pointed out some potential vulnerabilities.”

Sarah Oasen
Empower Solutions

When Hook sent our staff the hook mail test, only one person passed the test, and it wasn’t me. I knew we needed help then. Thanks to Hook and their great team, we are more aware of the cyber risks and we feel empowered to safely open or not open the wrong emails.”

Kenny Ridgell
Ridge Media CEO

During This Webinar You’ll Discover:

  • The #1 security threat to your business that anti-virus, firewalls and other security protocols are defenseless to.
  • The scary risks associated with working from home – and measures, guidelines and practical steps every employee can take NOW to protect themselves and their organization; overlook even one and your exposing yourself to security breaches, damaging and expensive litigation, employment lawsuits and having confidential company information exposed to competitors, hackers and cyber criminals
  • How to identify what gaps may exist in your security posture now that your employees are working remotely and how to address them and be part of the solution
  • Why firewalls and anti-virus software give you a false sense of security – and what it takes to protect your organization against new threats and today’s sophisticated cybercrime rings.

Who Should Attend?

C-Level executives and managers who are concerned about: lost or stolen devices, privacy of confidential information, employment litigation introduced when employees use personal devices to access company data and State and Federal laws that carry heavy fines for lost or stolen data.

    This is of particular importance for those organizations that handle ANY sensitive data such as credit card and financial information, medical records (or serve clients who have medical records) or who simply want to avoid having their bank account wiped out due to a cyber-attack.

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