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The Plumb Club’s Business-Critical Seminar Now Online

We’ve all heard the stories. Credit scores ruined, bank accounts emptied, emails compromised, businesses closed, ransom demanded.

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Hosted by The Plumb Club, a business-critical seminar presented by Tim Rettig, president and CEO of InTrustIT, an award-winning business technology provider specializing in cyber-security, SPAM protection, backup and disaster recovery.

What:

An important webinar, “Cyber Security For The Real World”, a seminar aimed at helping jewelers protect themselves and, if needed, recover from cyber-attack! The webinar, which was broadcast live on Thursday, March 18, is now available for viewing online.

The webinar provides retailers:

  • A deeper grasp of the cyber-security threat
  • Insight into the “dark-web”
  • Alertness to how much personal/business information is “out-there” and easily found
  • Understanding how and why there has been a recent acceleration of cyber-crime
  • Awareness of how difficult it is to track criminals
  • Critical knowledge on how easily attacks can happen
  • Simple tips on securing bank accounts and mitigating financial risk
  • Resources for all types of cyber-risk, including insurance and help with identity monitoring and recovery

If you missed this valuable information, the video presentation, along with a downloadable security checklist is here.

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Audience comments: “Excellent presentation”, “One of the most informative I’ve seen”, “Thank you Plumb Club Vendors”

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