Cyber Security Awareness and Best Practices
Tue October 27 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 amFree
Presenters: Tyson Choptain & John Martynuk, Broadview Networks
Cyber-attacks were up 424% in 2018 and 43% target small business. As your e-commerce transactions grow, you should familiarize yourself with cyber-security practices in order protect this valuable revenue stream. This seminar will explore the modern security climate from threat vectors, regulatory compliance concerns, data security, and ways to address these issues. The webinar is designed for business leaders and C-level executives of small and medium businesses who want to learn more about how to identify and minimize the cyber risks to their business.
Attendees will learn:
1. Best e-commerce security practices
2. Understanding SSL certificates
3. How to secure your data and password management
Tyson Choptain is the Vice President and co-founder of Broadview Networks. With more than 25 years of consulting experience, Tyson helps clients develop strategic technology plans that improve productivity. As an entrepreneur who helped build a successful IT consulting business, his focus on addressing business needs has helped Broadview become recognized as one of the fastest growing and 50 best managed IT companies in Canada for the past three years.
John Martynuk is a Solutions Expert with Broadview Networks and holds a CISM (Certified Information Security Manager) and CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) designation. John’s previous roles as an IT Manager at organizations such as True North Sports & Entertainment, MPI, and Aikins Law, allowed him to gain enterprise experience. In his current role, he helps small and medium businesses apply the same best practice security framework that larger organizations employ at a cost effective, small business price point.
We will send you a confirmation email with the link to join the seminar online. Online registration will close at the start of the event. To register past this deadline, contact us at 204.253.4888 or 800 665 2019.