Workshop: Preventing Cyber Crime + Business Identity Theft

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 12:29 PM by Andrea Mensink

Wednesday, March 20
Learn about current and ongoing potential threats to your business and what you can do to prevent or minimize intrusions. Sponsored by Pierce County Economic Development and City of Lakewood Economic Development departments. 
Wednesday, March 20
8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
Lakewood City Hall Council Chambers | 6000 Main St. S.W., Lakewood

Topics will include:
  • Preventing theft of proprietary data such as trade secrets, pricing strategies, supplier costs, customer information
  • Protecting corporate legal filings with government that might be compromised and altered
  • How retail POS systems, even for mom and pop operations, are being hacked for credit card and banking information and what you can do to protect against this threat
  • How new smart phone applications present criminals with new opportunities to steal information and money
  • Learn about service sector threats to client confidentiality and financial losses and what you can and should do to keep this from happening and protect your organization and its reputation

For more information:

Hans Kueck: [253] 798-2335 |
Becky Newton: [253] 983-7738 |

Register today!
Author: Andrea Mensink


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