|Join us for the DAMC’s Aggie Roundtable, conducted on a monthly-basis on the third Wednesday of the month.
Reese Ormand, CEO of Techvera, presents “Getting Hacked: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Data”.
The headlines are full of stories about cyber-attacks on Corporate America, yet small businesses are just as vulnerable to data breaches, if not more so.
In almost every case, the goal of a cyberattack is to steal and exploit sensitive data, whether it’s your customers’ credit-card information or your own personal credentials.
According to Reese, the key to preventing a cyber-attack is understanding the types of data breaches, why they happen and what you can do to block them.
In his talk, Reese will share:
• The four layers of data vulnerabilities - physical, network, mobile and human;
• Why you, or any of your employees, should never use a public Wi-Fi;
• Why having an offsite backup and disaster recovery plan is critical to the survival of your business in case of being hacked.
Click HERE for more information and personal invite from Reese.
8:00am: Doors open for networking;
8:15am: Meeting called to order, introductions;
8:50am: Closing remarks, raffle;
9:00am: Meeting officially concludes.
Aggie Roundtable offers an opportunity for Texas A&M former students to network and share leads on potential prospects/clients. The Roundtable began in the Fall of 1993; and through the guidance of its early directors, has blossomed into untold amounts of revenue for companies led by Aggies.
This group serves two primary missions:
1. Facilitate business networking among Aggies;
2. Help those Ags in transition find new jobs.
Bring plenty of business cards, brochures, and other literature to display on the table at the front of the meeting area designated for that purpose. You will receive the opportunity to tell the group who you are, what you do, and what an ideal client for you might be. Our mission is to facilitate business networking and to help those Ags in transition. So don’t be shy about telling other Aggies how you can help their business, or be helped.
Optional donations of $5.00 per person, per meeting are kindly accepted and greatly appreciated - with net proceeds helping to fund Dallas A&M Club scholarships for selected students from the area who will be attending Texas A&M University.