Cybersecurity: A National Threat to Businesses Big and Small


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Name: Cybersecurity: A National Threat to Businesses Big and Small
Date: September 6, 2017
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM HST
Registration: Sorry, public registration for this event has been closed.
Event Description:
Please join us for Cybersecurity: A National Threat to Businesses Big and Small with keynote speaker Capt. Boz Offord, Commander NSA (National Security Agency) Hawaii. 

As technology evolves, so does the sophistication of hackers who continually find ways to attack and penetrate company systems, which leads to costly defensive actions by businesses. This is why it is important for businesses of all sizes to stay up-to-date on the latest protections from these hackers.

Capt. Offord will be joined by Stan Lau, President of Hawaii Tech Support, Nelson Kanemoto, CEO of Referentia Systems, Inc. and Vance Jones, Chief Information Security Officer at Bank of Hawaii. Cybersecurity is important for all size companies. 

It is estimated that almost 1 out of every 2 cyber-attacks against business are against small business.  Come and hear about the latest threats, trends and some best practices to protect your company. 

Sponsor in part by:

The Plaza Club, 900 Fort St. Mall 20th Floor
Date/Time Information:
Wednesday, September 6th 
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Registration and lunch open at 11:30 am
Contact Information:
Natasha Inouye
Chamber Member/ CyberHawaii: $38
YP Member: $35
Non-members: $42

Registration deadline is Thursday, August 31.

Refund policy:
5 days or more prior to event – full refund
2-4 days before event – 50% refund
0-1 day before event – no refund
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