It’s imperative you engage your clients immediately about cybersecurity and do your best to help them boost their safety!
Join Editor in Chief, Sean M. Bailey and Assistant Editor, Devin Kropp, the authors of Hack Proof Your Life Now! and the creators of Savvy Cybersecurity for this important 3-part series on cybersecurity.
The cybersecurity threat you and your clients face continues to grow. A decade ago, it was just our computers. Then it spread to our business networks. Now, it’s on smartphones.
Before long, analysts predict that our homes, even our cars, will be targeted for nefarious penetration by hackers and identity thieves.
So, what professional in modern life should be the person offering the public guidance and encouragement to take common sense steps to guard against the cybersecurity threat?
We think it should be you, the financial advisor. In this session, learn:
People and businesses can vastly improve their cybersecurity with just a small amount of knowledge and action. Being an informed cybersecurity guide doesn’t mean you need to be IT professional. You just need to know a few important concepts and rules to follow and a commitment to help people.
For many, our smartphones have become the digital nerve center of our business and private lives. But many people don’t take the necessary cybersecurity precautions needed to safely protect them from being hacked.
Join your Hack-Proof Guides Sean M. Bailey and Devin Kropp, authors of Hack-Proof Your Life Now! The New Cybersecurity Rules, for a briefing on key actions you need to take to boost your smartphone security. Plus, Sean and Devin will answer your cybersecurity questions in our CyberFAQ segment in the last half of the webinar. Register today and send us your top cybersecurity question (just send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org after you sign-up for the webinar).
Sixty-percent of small/medium-sized enterprises go out of business within six months of suffering a cybersecurity incident. Business owners are concerned about their cybersecurity practices, but many do not have the resources or knowledge to better protect their business and employees. You can help them on the right cybersecurity path by learning simple cybersecurity actions all businesses should be taking.
Join us for this webinar to learn: