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The web is the new workplace. As cloud technology and internet-connected devices are increasingly driving our work lives, the threats associated with malware and cybercrime are at an all-time high. During this one-day workshop we will present an informative perspective on the cyberscams facing Canadians and the latest global cyberfraud trends that brought them to our shores. 

Interactive Cybersecurity Awareness For Small and Mid-Size Business: Get Your Certificate in One Day and Ramp Up Your Organization's Security With Engaged, Educated Employees. Adopt Best Practices to Combat Hacking and Align your Workforce to Industry Standards for Security & Privacy.


This workshop will teach business professionals to learn fundamental information necessary to understand cyberfraud and the predictable set of activities that may be identified. You will discuss and learn types of threats as well as strategies that will mitigate the many risks that may occur to your business. 

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  • All professional and business entrepreneurs
  • IT and department staff who must keep up to date on the latest trends
  • Managers and supervisors who provide direction 
  • Organizational staff who are responsible for the day to day functions of a department.

Attendees will receive a copy of the "Cyberfraud Classification Framework" and will learn to:

  • Understand the degree of impact on your organization and risk to company operations.
  • Categorize threats by type of attack and character of the attacker.
  • Examine how attackers layer schemes and learn tools to counteract these threats.
  • Learn tools to disrupt malicious plans to protect your organization from costly losses and embarrassment.

Date:          November 15, 2017
Time:          9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Fee:            $450.00 + HST 
Location:    2000 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa, ON, L1H 7K4

Parking, refreshments and lunch will be provided.

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