Cybersecurity Fundamentals toward Cyber Safety

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Join us for a virtual learning session Thursday, July 1st, at 1:30 PM..

With major attacks disrupting businesses from pipelines to meat packaging, ransomware has become a substantial risk to businesses. No matter the size or industry, cyber-criminal gangs target businesses with ransomware, turning the malware into a service that can be rented like you might a movie on Amazon. To meet this threat, companies need to think about steps to take to secure themselves against cyber-criminal attacks.

Join Edafio Technology Partners’ in-house Certified Cybersecurity Consultant, Sam Grubb for an informational session on the state of cybersecurity for an in-person 45-minute session that will cover four key security solutions to help mitigate cyber-attacks:  

• Implementing a prioritized plan to improve your cybersecurity posture and create a cyber-secure work culture

• Understanding Cyber Monitoring for Organizations to detect data breaches, cyber threats, or other system vulnerabilities.

• Learning how to stop hackers in their tracks with Multi Factor Authentication

•  Investing in a cyber insurance policy to cover your business in the event of network security failure; which can include a data breach, malware infection, cyber extortion

The meeting will begin at 1:30 p.m., July 1st, 2021 and will last approximately 45 minutes.

This is a virtual event, not in-person, participation is limited to 100.  Once you register, you will receive an e-mail with further directions on how to join the session via a Zoom Meeting. 

Take the Cybersecurity Readiness Assessment to help identify and prioritize actions for reducing cybersecurity risk::


Sam Grubb is a Cyber Security Consultant at Edafio Technology Partners, where he focuses on policy, security risk assessments, and security awareness programs. Previously, Sam worked as a contractor for the National Guard teaching Information Assurance courses and a teacher for Jacksonville High School as their Cyber Security Education Specialist. Currently, Sam is helping companies reach CMMC Level 3 compliance.


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