Bob Milliken , Nick Nouri

Navigating A Cybercrime War Zone

Sat May 26 2018 09:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Cybercriminals and ransomware wreaked havoc across the globe in 2017, and continue unabated to rob us blind in 2018. It’s clear we live in a war zone, and if you are concerned about the security of your computer networks, lost or stolen devices, or the privacy of your confidential information, now is the time to step up and start taking the needed precautions. In this seminar, we will show you some amazingly simple strategies you can use to protect you and your businesses from becoming victims in 2018.

Location:

New Delbrook Community Recreation Center - Maple Room 851 West Queens Road North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V7N

About the Speaker:

Bob Miliken Bio: Since 1998 Bob and his team have been providing managed care for computer networks to small and medium businesses in Surrey and throughout the lower mainland. Bob and the Compunet team are experts at harnessing the power of IT technology and addressing the challenges that you face every day in IT management, operations, and support. Bob has run a successful IT company for the past 20 years. As well, he has a long history in the IT industry, including time spent with Microsoft and Univac. He is passionate about keeping computer networks safe and secure. Bob is a Toastmaster and a regular speaker to business groups with a focus on Defining Their IT Strategy. We will show you some amazingly simple strategies you can use to protect you and your businesses from becoming victims in 2018. ----- Nick Nouri Bio : With over 30 years of experience in the industry, Nick Nouri, founder, and president of Compunet Infotech, leads the team of IT professionals specialized in preventing and solving information technology challenges such as cybersecurity, cloud readiness and migration, disaster avoidance planning and business continuity for small to midsize businesses. Nick's passion to learn, along with his vision to seamlessly integrate technology into small to midsize businesses, allows him to find new solutions and ways for technology to help businesses in the short and long term.

Register Here:

IEBCA Office:
708-1641 Lonsdale Ave. North Vancouver, BC V7M 2J5
E-mail: info@iebca.ca

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