Lunch & Learn

Your Password Sucks! How 99% of Data Breaches Could Have Been Prevented

Original Date: Tues. Dec. 7, 2021 12:00 – 1:00pm

When the business environment changes, marketers must find new ways to relate to and engage with their prospects. As the use of digital marketing continues to evolve, so do customer expectations when it comes to providing exceptional online and mobile e

Data breaches and ransomware attacks are increasing at record pace. Accounts are compromised and allow attackers to gain access to your business data and more because these easy to implement safeguards are often overlooked or ignored. Learn how to improve your overall cybersecurity hygiene and more importantly your sensitive data.


Take Aways

  • Understand how attackers gain access to accounts/networks
  • Learn how to prevent attackers from finding low hanging fruit
  • Find out if your credentials are already leaked on the web
  • Discover just how easy it is to get enough information to compromise you

About our Presenter: Scott Gombar is the owner of Nwaj Tech. Nwaj Tech provides proactive IT services while keeping customer service and security at the forefront. Scott has been in the IT world for more than 20 years and has provided numerous webinars and seminars on cybersecurity topics such as phishing mitigation, ransomware protection, and password security. Scott is the chair of the Cybersecurity and Tech Committee for the New Haven County Bar Association and the Midstate Chamber of Commerce. He is also part of the 405d Task Force, a federal task force with a goal of improving cybersecurity in the healthcare industry and a member of the NIST Privacy Workgroup.