MASON CITY, Iowa – Is your business protected from cyber security threats? Three of Iowa’s cyber security experts will share their real world experience and practical tips at the Cyber Security TechTalk on August 9, 2018. This free seminar will be held 8:30am-11:00am at the Historic Park Inn in Mason City, Iowa. Each speaker will give a 15 minute talk on an aspect of cyber security, followed by a Q&A panel.
Cyber security is one of the most important issues facing businesses today, whether you are a sole proprietor, a small business, or a global company. Protecting yourself and your customers is a number one priority. TechTalk is a free, speaker-led discussion event that draws technology experts from across Iowa to Mason City for in-depth discussion, creative problem solving, practical advice, and networking.
TechTalk speakers and topics:
- Ryan Schaap, CIO at Wells Enterprises: Practical Cyber Security in the Ice Cream World
- Doug Jacobson, Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State University and Director of the Information Assurance Center at ISU: The Cyber Security Threat Landscape
- Adam Brown, CTO at DealerBuilt: Identifying and Securing On-Premises and Cloud Hosted Infrastructures
Seating is limited – reserve your spot online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/techtalk-cyber-security-tickets-47554889956
Tech North Iowa is a community-run organization in North-Iowa. Our mission is to bring out the entrepreneur within all of us and foster collaboration to spread our passion for technology and entrepreneurship to the local community. TechTalk connects people with each other and technology.
The NIACC John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center is the expert in rural business innovation and success. In partnership with North Iowa’s Small Business Development Center, together we provide tools, support, and resources to Iowa’s entrepreneurs. We counsel both new and existing local businesses, from Main Street to industry leaders. We’re growing Iowa’s entrepreneurial culture through grade school initiatives, college and community programs, and business training and development. Contact the NIACC Pappajohn Center at 641-422-4111 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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