With all the high-profile attacks and hacks in the news, businesses are becoming aware that cyber criminals pose a threat to their profitability and sustainability. This raised awareness is a good thing, and Affinity is proud to be participating in efforts to get the word out.
This month, Sean Wright, Affinity’s President and Founder is speaking at two cyber security events that are open to the public. On March 6th, Sean will speak at a SCORE Network event titled “Cyber Security for Small Business: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,” held at the Pathway Women’s Business Center. And on March 15th, Sean will join a panel of experts for an seminar titled “Real-World Cyber Security” at Pinnacle Financial Partners’ Brentwood office. Information and registration for both events can be found below.
Affinity is thrilled to join in these events, as they line up with our vision to “harness and curate technology as a force for good,” as well as to benefit our community. For several years, Sean has been speaking to numerous business groups and associations on cyber security and other technology-related topics. While he is a technology expert, his audiences find that he is able to demystify cyber security, putting technical concepts in layperson’s terms. So don’t miss these opportunities to hear from Sean and others on ways you can achieve security and peace of mind in your business endeavors! Details below.
Event 1: “Cyber Security for Small Business: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”
When: Tuesday, March 6, 11am – 1pm (includes networking lunch)
Where: Pathway Women’s Business Center, 201 Venture Circle, Nashville, TN 3722
What: Presentation by Sean Wright on the threats cyber criminals pose to your business, and what you can do to protect it.
Cost: $25 (includes lunch)
Event 2: “Real-World Cyber Security: Business Tips from an FBI Agent, a Technology Expert, and an Attorney”
When: Thursday, March 15, 8:30 – 10am (includes networking breakfast)
Where: Pinnacle Financial Partners, 128 Franklin Rd, Brentwood, TN 37027
What: Business cyber security panel discussion including FBI Special Agent Dean Kinsman, Sean Wright, and attorney Mallory Ricci of Constangy’s Data Privacy Group
Cost: Complimentary, but space is limited!