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The Cybersecurity Fundamentals for Small Business seminar is scheduled for July 27th, 2022 from 11:00 AM until 12:00 PM and will be held at the Abilene Small Business Development Centers training room at 749 Gateway Street, suite 301, in Abilene.

The seminar will be led by Manzel McGhee with the Abilene SBDC. All Abilene area business owners are strongly encouraged to attend and learn about cybersecurity fundamentals either in person or online.

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This cyber security training session will teach local business owners how they can come up with better, stronger, more secure passwords and what to look for when emails come with attachments. In order to attend this training hybrid event, you will need to sign up in advance online at Abilene's SBDC website.

Learn step by step how to better protect your business through cybersecurity

This workshop/webinar is intended to teach step-by-step the how-tos and how-not-to on cyber security as recommended by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). You, your team, your company, and your employees will need to learn the dangers that lurk in the cyber world.

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The Abilene small business development center is a nonprofit organization and does not charge for its services. The Abilene Texas Tech SBDC is however funded by Abilene, the state of Texas, and federal funding.

The Texas Tech SBDC in Abilene is open to all business owners. Anyone in business or wanting to go into business for themselves in Abilene and the big country, the SBDC is here to assist and their services are free.

Finally, the Cybersecurity for Small Business: The Fundamentals (Hybrid Event) is only a one-hour event that you can attend in person or virtually online. Please sign up in advance, just tap here.

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