Cybersecurity 2017: Or, You’ve Been Hacked
and You Don’t Know It!
What security threats are lurking in cyberspace for your firm and your clients? How can you protect your own data and that of your clients? What steps can you take to avoid a security breach, and to reduce liability if a breach happens? Join us to discuss digital vulnerabilities you know about, and to learn about those you and your clients may not have considered.
Speaker: Kenneth May, CEO of Swift Chip and
Certified Ethical Hacker
Ken May is founder and CEO of Swift Chip, Inc., a managed information technology services provider with offices in Santa Monica and Ventura. He is a Certified Ethical Hacker and an Information Security and Compliance Auditor, qualified to assess the security of computer systems. Ken has been honored with the SMB 150 Award, given to the most influential information technology professionals worldwide. He holds numerous certifications from HP, Microsoft, Cisco, Intel, Symantec, Dell, and other tech companies. Ken brings an interesting background to his work:
he earned his bachelor’s degree at Thomas Aquinas College and a master’s degree at Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine.
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