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Find Out If You

Are On The Dark Web

Cybersecurity vulnerabilities continue to grow in both size and sophistication. We will be analyzing how your business credentials end up for sale on the Dark Web and what you can do to monitor and detect when your organization is at risk. Join us LIVE so you can get your own questions answered regarding best practices for mitigating this danger without breaking the bank.

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Attendees will be eligible for a free and comprehensive Dark Web scan to identify how many of your credentials have been compromised.

Meet Your Presenters:

Lisa Carter, SpartanTec, Inc.
April O'Brien, ID Agent

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Work From Home Security

Users need to be informed that even with BYOD they are at increased risk of attack, which could compromise even their personal information, data, and accounts. These measures are for their protection and the organizations.

“In a survey of more than 200 Threatpost readers, about half (52 percent) said that their organizations are mostly prepared, but still have groups of employees that present security challenges for work-from-home (WFH) strategies. Only 30 percent said they feel fully prepared to move to all-remote working.” - Threatpost

We must protect against cybercriminals that will exploit vulnerabilities and security gaps that can arise. Unprepared users and unsecured systems can quickly become conduits for malware and malicious activity. Time is of the essence, and security must be an integral element of any remote work strategy.