Please join TechSage Solutions for “Dangers of the Dark Web: Protecting Your Corporate Identity In The World of the Remote Worker”

with guest speaker Natasha, Director of Channel Development, for ID Agent

With the immediate change from employees in the office to employees working remotely, there is now an additional liability that can take a toll on the business.  The Remote Workers are working from home in unsecure environment.  You have other family members on the network downloading whatever it might be (streaming videos, games, etc.).  Then there is the massive amount of COVID-19 emails, some are real some are not wanting you to take action which will most likely cause a breach of some sort.  How does the business owner protect themselves?

Event Details:

When: Tuesday, May 5, 2020
Session Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Where: Virtual Zoom webinar

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Natasha Boyko

During This Seminar You’ll Discover:

Are your company’s digital credentials for sale?

Large companies are not the only ones who are subject to data breaches; businesses of any size and even individuals can fall victim to hackers. Cyber-attacks continue to grow in cost, size, and impact – causing 60% of SMBs to go out of business within 6 months of a cyber incident. Over 80% of data breaches leverage stolen passwords as the principal attack vector – often acquired on the Dark Web.

Register for our can’t-miss webinar, “Dangers of the Dark Web,” to learn about cybersecurity best practices to protect your business without breaking the bank.

During this interactive webinar hosted by TechSage team members, you will learn:

  • What the Dark Web is and why it matters to your business
  • How digital credentials are compromised
  • What attackers can do with this information
  • Real-world examples (Yes, it can happen to anyone)
  • Steps you can take to protect your company.

Special Offer!

All attendees will receive a free Dark Web ID Scan to uncover exposed credentials!

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Who Should Attend?

C-Level executives and managers who are concerned about: lost or stolen devices, privacy of confidential information, employment litigation introduced when employees use personal devices to access company data and State and Federal laws that carry heavy fines for lost or stolen data. This is of particular importance for those organizations that handle ANY sensitive data such as credit card and financial information, medical records (or serve clients who have medical records) or who simply want to avoid having their bank account wiped out due to a cyber-attack.