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Uncover the Chinks in Your Cyber Security Armor

Does Your IT Team Have What It Takes to Protect Your Business from Cyber Threats?

"IT management" and "cyber security" are two different disciplines. 

And a lot of times, they have competing goals.

You're probably relying on your IT team to handle cyber security too, but in many cases these folks just aren't equipped to handle everything that needs to be done. Smart and skilled as they might be in IT management, they may not have the expertise or the bandwidth to effectively create and implement an effective cyber security strategy.

You need to be confident that your IT team is sufficiently handling security too. This webinar will help.

Are there any gaps in your IT teams' ability to combat today's increasing cyber threats?

In this 30-minute webinar, you'll learn:

  • The conflicting goals of IT management and cyber security
  • Why IT generalists probably doesn’t have the expertise you need to defend against growing cyber threats
  • What kind of expertise your cyber security team should have (and how to tell if your outsourced provider has the right qualifications)
  • The 5 components your cyber security plan must include
  • How data collection and analysis is critical to detect (and ultimately prevent) network intruders

About the Presenter

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Peter O'Campo
Chief Technology Officer

Peter O’Campo is Chief Technology Officer of Accent Computer Solutions, Inc. He earned his B.S. in Accounting from Azusa Pacific University in 1996. Prior to working for Accent, he successfully grew and sold three information technology companies.

In his role as Accent’s CTO, Peter is responsible for advancing technology and increasing efficiency for both Accent and its clients. He stays up-to-date on the IT industry, evaluates new technology to stay ahead of the competition, implements technologies and processes to make staff more effective, as well as reviews and refines existing processes for efficiency.