Axiom Cyber Solutions Presenting Free Cyber Security Seminar

Axiom Cyber Solutions Presenting Free Cyber Security Seminar

Axiom Cyber Solutions will offer a free cyber security seminar at The Lead Team B2B Mixer Expo on Wednesday, May 31, 2016, at 6 p.m.

The expo, taking place at Palace Station Hotel and Casino, is designed to help small- to medium-sized businesses network, and more than 400 attendees are expected. Axiom Cyber Solutions is a co-sponsor of the expo.

“Cyber Security is critical for small businesses, as more than 70 percent of cyber attacks target them,” said Troy Wilkinson, CEO of Axiom Cyber Solutions. “So many small businesses still believe they are too small to face a cyber security breach, and our goal is to make business owners aware of the threat and protect them from the devastation a breach can cause.”

Troy founded Axiom Cyber Solutions a year ago with his wife Shannon, and the company now protects businesses across the country.

“Small business owners tend to think that they can’t afford cyber security, but we’re working to change that,” said Troy. “The cost of a cyber breach can be devastating to a small business. In fact, more than half of small businesses close within six months of a breach. We’re working to help more business owners understand that with Axiom comprehensive protection is easy and affordable.”

For more information about the The Lead Team B2b Mixer Expo and to get tickets, visit www.ltbusinessexpo.com

Cybersecurity Lunch & Learn

Cybersecurity Lunch & Learn

Last month we hosted a Cybersecurity Lunch and Learn for Small Business Owners with some of our local partners, Orbis Solutions Inc, ViaWest, and Alpine Insurance.

There are two types of companies: those who have been hacked, and those who don’t yet know they have been hacked.

John Chambers, CEO of Cisco

We have seen a dramatic increase in the number of small and medium sized businesses falling victim to ransomware, phishing, malware and a variety of other nasty cybercrimes.

71 percent of cyber-attacks occur at businesses with fewer than 100 employees.

US House Small Business Committee, 2015

 

Besides giving small business owners an awareness that they are a target, getting protected is not an impossible task. There are easy ways for small businesses to get the same type of cybersecurity protection that large enterprises have.

 

If you are a business owner or executive that wants to know how to get cybersecurity protection, join us for our next lunch & learn scheduled for May 18th. Call our offices at 800-519-5070, Ext 1000 and RSVP today. Space is limited.