Unfortunately, this convenience is a double-edged sword that brings along positive aspects of technology, as well as many inconvenient and sometimes devastating risks. In the business world, technology is essential, so along with the fundamental website, databanks, networks and confidential information, comes the responsibility of the employer to protect his assets and employees from cyber attacks. This unique conference will explore how advancements in technology have introduced a new era in which businesses must prepare to protect their investments.
"If the very well supported and funded security departments of mega-corporations are being hacked and violated, then how easy can it be for someone to violate smaller companies? Regularly the information and means need to protect our individual to corporate identities have to be updated because everyone is vulnerable to attack," says Lorraine Allen, Regional Director, Small Business Development Center, The College of New Jersey. "We applaud the U.S. Small Business Administration for their funding to help us increase this critical level of awareness to our business community to inhibit losses and prevent business interruption or internal disasters from occurring."
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