For those of you in our community who are looking for deeper answers and more efficient strategies for cyber and network security, we are hosting a special event in Round Rock on Friday, March 24 you may want to attend. This briefing on computer security in Round Rock TX will feature some eye-opening information on the need for cyber security and how it’s impacting business owners in 2017.

Here’s why we think it’s important you attend this informal and informational cyber security conference:

We’re seeing too many stories of large corporations falling victim to cyber attacks, but not enough attention is being placed on how small and mid-sized businesses are being impacted at even greater frequency, and which are typically ill-prepared to contend with these almost constant threats. It doesn’t have to be that way, and that’s what we want to discuss on the 24th.

Specifically, we will address:

  • How to properly protect your business from external threats
  • How to ensure internal protection, business continuity and system health visibility
  • How to prevent your staff from unknowingly exposing themselves (and your business) to security threats and data theft

The event will be hosted by our McLane Intelligent Solutions team of network security experts, and will feature insight from Ed Jones, COO/Senior Compliance Officer with security experts Third Rock, Inc.

This FREE event will be held at the Kerbey Lane Café in Round Rock, and should get started at 7:30 AM and is expected to finish by 8:30 AM.

Join the McLane Intel team at Kerbey Lane Cafe in Round Rock on March 24, 2017 for a special cyber security “briefing” which will convey some very important principles, statistics, and technical applications of computer network security. These principles will specifically apply to our local business owners and network administrators who are struggling to attain the highest cyber security safeguards and assurance possible.

We’ll also be handing out some great door prizes and one winner will receive a complimentary security and compliance assessment.

We look forward to seeing you all at the event and helping you learn more about computer security in Round Rock TX on March 24!