As the WannaCry ransomware attack – which impacted hundreds of thousands of computers worldwide – taught us in early May, securing your business from cyber threats is now more important than ever.

Our upcoming summer technology breakfast series will be held at the Seacoast Science Center in Rye, New Hampshire, on Wednesday, July 12th from 8AM to 10AM. Join us!

You will learn about securing your business from the threats that can jeopardize your data and network.

Here are some of the topics that will be addressed during the series:

  • Password Policy - What constitutes a good password policy? How ineffective passwords can cost you productivity and money. How to automate a password policy for your users.
  • HR/Acceptable Use Policy - How to evaluate the correct acceptable use policy for you. What an acceptable use policy does for you.
  • Web Filtering and Reporting - How to filter and shape web traffic in your organization to increase productivity and defend against malware.
  • Email Filtering/Management - How to keep your Inbox focused and free of junk. How to spend the least amount of time managing email you don't want.
  • Patch Management - Why Windows and software patching are the first line of defense. How to make patch management un-obtrusive.
  • Business Continuity Plan - How to plan for your IT budget cycle. Best ways to plan for costs and minimize surprises.
  • Firewall/Remote Access - Why the lock on the front door of your network is so important. How to stop hindering your remote workers and help them be more productive.

Breakfast will be served from 8 to 8:30
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Security 101 Breakfast Technology Workshop

Event Details:

When: Wednesday, July 12th
Session Time: 8AM - 10AM
Where: Seacoast Science Center
570 Ocean Blvd
Rye, NH 03870

Security 101 Breakfast Technology Workshop

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