Cyber Security in Small & Medium Enterprise
Cybercrime is a significant threat to all businesses.
“In their 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report, Verizon found that 58% of all cyberattacks target small businesses. While it is true that the ultimate reward might not be as high as from a multinational organization, cybercriminals go after SMBs because they are easier to penetrate.” (securitymagazine.com)
Whether your reasons are contractual compliance, supply chain health, or to prevent financial and reputational loss, this session will show how you can leverage a managed security service to achieve these goals without stressing your internal resources.
In a world of internet-reliant supply chains cyber security compliance standards are being mandated.
Are you ready?
Join us for breakfast and coffee on Thursday May 30th at The Marshes, and let's talk cyber security in supply chain management! Register now:
Hear from You.i TV about their initial challenges with cyber security, and their experience using a managed cyber security service.
Heather Tyrie, VP, Employee Experience, You.i TV
Heather has a diverse background with 20 years experience in both large and small organizations in the public and private sector. A versatile leader who was worked in IT and Marketing as well as Human Resources, Heather is passionate about creating great foundations for companies to grow and succeed.
Heather currently works at You.i TV, a 200+ person company based in Kanata that has developed an app experience platform that powers stunning video experiences on every screen, and turns TV viewers into users, buyers and fans.
Prior to You.i TV, Heather worked at Minto Developments Inc, Newbridge Networks, iMPath Networks and Industry Canada.
David Allard, Director, IT, You.i TV
With a background in both business and IT, David specializes in growing and streamlining technical teams in organizations big and small. He started his career in Montreal at CGI and Videotron before moving to Ottawa to focus on growing IT operations at a diverse set of businesses.
He now works at You.i TV, and has never been happier.