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Top 6 Cybersecurity Layers Every Business Needs

How to Protect People, Networks and Data from Evolving Cyber Threats

What happened in March 2020 - for businesses in California and all over the country when COVID-19 hit - was nothing short of an exodus to remote work. It happened fast. Some companies took it in stride. Some struggled but did the best they could.

Unfortunately, security wasn’t always a top priority as people were trying to do their jobs in a way that they had never done them before.

Remote working continues to be a requirement many organizations, and maybe even a long-term situation. Whether it’s temporary or permanent, executives need to know how their business risk has increased so that they can take appropriate measures to protect their people, data, financial assets, and their future.

Executives today don’t need to know everything there is to know about technical security, but they DO need to be confident that they’re effectively managing risk.

Get immediate access to this webinar today and you’ll be able to either validate that your IT team is doing what they need to do, or reveal gaps that you need to fill … before a predator sneaks in.

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

  • How cyber threats have increased as people have spread out to individual locations.
  • Where to look for cracks in your cyber defenses right now.
  • How the home networks of your remote employees has increased your cyber risk.
  • What tools you need to beef up your technical layers of security.
  • Why your cyber security strategy isn’t complete without thinking about your people.

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.