The Fox Cities Chamber’s monthly educational program, Business Breakfast Bytes, will focus on cybersecurity protection and education at the March morning session.
The upcoming session, “Cybersecurity – Mobile Device Threats and Defenses,” will feature a panel of experts that will provide education regarding cyber threats, specifically how to best secure mobile and portable devices. Mark Rahmlow, Vice President of Public Policy at the Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce, will lead the session and facilitate the panel, featuring: Tim Bauer, Sales Manager, UltraCom Wireless; Jacob Scott, Level III Technical Engineer, GDC; and James Hawbaker, Director of Technology, Appleton Area School District.
Ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the information that a mobile device accesses, stores and processes is a difficult cybersecurity challenge with no easy solution. Join us on March 21st to receive education and tactics on how to best protect yourself, your employees and your company.
“Mobile devices are being used more frequently and becoming more vital to the workplace, especially for those that work from home or remotely. This upcoming session will help employers understand what best practices they can implement to keep their information secure,” Mark Rahmlow said.
Business Breakfast Bytes are a monthly business educational program focused on providing our small to mid-sized business members across the Fox Cities region with education and resources addressing top business concerns.
Registration for each individual session is required. Fox Cities Chamber members are allowed to bring one guest and may use the registration link on our website or call (920) 734-7101 to register. Please visit our website for full details of the March session, being hosted at Werner Electric Supply Company in Appleton from 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM on Tuesday, March 21st. Details and registration can be found here: http://bit.ly/marchBBB.
For immediate questions, please contact Beth Haase, Director of Small Business Development, by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (920) 734-7101.