September – November 2014
Do you have financial information on your computer system? How about trade secrets, patents, intellectual property, or client information?
Hackers want your data – they sell it to your competitors and startup businesses in other countries. There is a huge black market for information that your company has. Yes, they want small business data because it is valuable and easy to get.
Learn what the hot cyber concerns are for small businesses, what can be done to protect your business from a costly attack, plus what are the real and potential effects of cyber-crime. Smart businesses are preparing for cyber criminals that are aggressively targeting small businesses.
- Current cyber threats
- What hackers want and why
- How to create strong passwords
- Website security and why it matters
Presenter: Carolyn Schrader
Carolyn Schrader is the founder of Cyber Security Group, Inc. that provides corporate services including vulnerability assessments, awareness training, in addition to the development of policies and procedures. Schrader has years of experience in business management, cyber security and information technology. Prior to launching Cyber Security Group, Schrader was instrumental in rapidly growing a high tech company with Fortune 100 clients where she managed a state-of-the-art data center and implemented a number of security measures to protect high-profile clients’ confidential information.
Schrader holds a degree in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.
Carolyn Schrader is also a fellow at the National Cybersecurity Institute (NCI).
This webinar qualifies for 1 CPE credit from IAPP.
Dr. Jane LeClair, COO, National Cybersecurity Institute at Excelsior College will participate in the Cyberpoint Speaker Series. in Baltimore, Maryland on September 23. Dr. LeClair will speak on her book, Protecting
Our Future: Educating a Cybersecurity Workforce, and other topics.
A catered lunch will be provided. All guests will receive a copy of the book, which the author will be on hand to sign.
Please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by September 18th.
The Academic Partnership team is hosting the New York State Transfer Articulation Association’s (NYSTAA) Eastern Region Fall meeting on Thursday, September 25th from 11-2pm in Bldg 7, Rooms CDE. Attendees are NYSTAA members from two- and four-year colleges, both private and public. During the meeting a panel discussion will be held from 11:20-12:20 on Adult Learners: Understanding Who They are and Their Challenges.
The panelists are:
Glenn Braddock, PhD – Director of Student Success, Excelsior College
Terri Fadden, MSW – Staff Associate, SUNY Broome/Excelsior Partnership Office
Christie Crawford – Academic Advisor, Fulton-Montgomery Community College
Renay Williams – Senior Academic Advisor, Excelsior College
Join the open discussion with higher education professionals on adult transfer students. Panelists will give an overview and profile of the adult learner, discuss the challenges adult students face, give insight on the students’ expectations, and share their perspective and best practices in working with adult transfer students. An transfer graduate will also give their perspective as an adult learner and transfer student.
If anyone is interested in attending the event or the panel discussion, please RSVP by Tuesday, 9/23 with Shari W. Quinn, Partnership Development Specialist/NYSTAA Eastern Region Co-Chair, email@example.com.
- Meet representatives from the Admissions, Financial Aid, Veteran Education Benefits and Outreach offices from Excelsior College
- Hear the experiences of students that have transferred from SUNY Broome to Excelsior College
Explore financial aid opportunities
- Learn more about reduced tuition and fees at Excelsior
- Discover student support and career resources to help you succeed at Excelsior and beyond