On Wednesday, May 12th, Clemson University will host the South Carolina Small Business Security Summit. While this free virtual even bears the name of the university’s home state, the reach is broader than South Carolina. Cybersecurity is at the forefront of the news each day. Moreover, with ransomware rampant and breaches reported weekly, cybersecurity is more important to a small business than ever before.
PC Matic, also based in South Carolina, is presenting for the event along with an impressive list of panelists and speakers. PC Matic CEO, Rob Cheng, will appear alongside cybersecurity security experts from Clemson, the DoH, the DoD, the New York Times, the U.S. Small Business Association, and South Carolina’s governor, the Honorable Henry D. McMaster.
About The Event
“Clemson is a leader in cybersecurity-related research and educational activities, especially as part of its R1 designation for cutting-edge research programs. A multidisciplinary curriculum and hands-on opportunities provide valuable, real-world experience for the next generation of cybersecurity professionals. Along with years of experience working with leading information security technologies alongside community and government agencies, Clemson safeguards University systems and information through monitoring, mitigation and awareness. Clemson’s rigorous work has earned Cyber Defense Research and Cyber Defense Education designations from the National Security Agency’s Centers for Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity.” Notes the event page.
Don’t worry, however, if you’re a small business owner feeling overwhelmed. The panelists and will discuss ways small business can work with the government for better cybersecurity. Additionally, the resources provided will help the small business owner make informed decisions about their own security plan.
Ransomware isn’t stopping any time soon. As a result, it’s time for American businesses to take their cybersecurity to the next level. PC Matic and Clemson University want to give you the tools to do that.
For more information and to register for this free event, please visit the registration page.
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