Join Us for a Twitter Chat: SMB Internet Security

Twitter chat SMB security

Join us, along with Symantec SMB security experts, on Twitter on Thursday, April 25, at 9 am Pacific (12 noon Eastern) for a discussion about how cyber criminals are targeting small businesses.

You’ll get a chance to discuss the findings in Symantec’s recently-released report on Internet Security Threats.  The Report covers the major threat trends observed by Symantec in 2012.  It reveals that cybercriminals view SMBs as a prime target. In fact, the largest growth area for targeted attacks in 2012 was businesses with fewer than 250 employees.  Thirty-one percent (31%) of all attacks targeted them, almost tripling over 2011.

To know how to protect your business nad improve security, the first step is to get a clear understanding of the dangers.  This year’s report is a wake-up call that SMBs are now being specifically targeted by cybercriminals.

Mark your calendars to join #SMBchat and learn how to protect your small business from attackers.

Topic: ISTR 18: SMB Wake-up Call – you’re a prime target for cybercriminals

Date: Thursday, April 25, 2013

Time: Starts at 9:00 a.m. PT / 12:00 noon ET

Length: 1 hour

Where: On Twitter.com; follow the hashtag #SMBchat

Expert participants:

Thanks to Symantec for sponsoring this chat and for providing the subject matter expert speakers.

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Anita Campbell - CEO


Anita Campbell Anita Campbell is the Founder and Publisher of Small Business Trends and has been following trends in small businesses since 2003. She is the owner of BizSugar, a social media site for small businesses, and also serves as CEO of TweakYourBiz.com.

5 Reactions

  1. Sounds interesting. I’ll be there.

  2. Twitter chats can be a ton of fun, if you want some great tips and advice on how to run one, make sure to connect with Deb from Social Web Cafe she has a lot of really great experience.

  3. I will be there! Do you have figure on how many cyber criminals are out there in cyberspace?

  4. One of the first things discussed should be the threat of spear phishing attacks with Twitter in light of the recent AP/Twitter attack!

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