The Internet allows businesses of all sizes and from any location to reach new and larger markets and provides opportunities to work more efficiently by using computer-based tools. Whether a company is thinking of adopting cloud computing or just using email and maintaining a website, cybersecurity
should be a part of the plan.
Theft of digital information has become the most commonly reported fraud, surpassing physical theft. Every business that uses the Internet is responsible for creating a culture of security that will enhance business and consumer confidence.
Pine Technical & Community College Customized Training Program invites any Pine County Business to join one of the upcoming 4 hour sessions covering 10 Cybersecurity tips and Cybersecurity resources for Small Businesses. Class sessions will be offered on July 26th or July 27th. This course is free of charge for small businesses in and around Pine County in partnership with the Pine County Economic Development Office.