13 Affordable Things You Can Do Today To Secure your Business
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Every day we hear of large companies getting hacked or having a data breach. These are only the ones that make the news. Every week millions of small to medium sized businesses are also facing the same dangers and with a smaller budget, are becoming the easier targets for hackers and scammers. Charles Henson Managing Partner of Nashville Computer will share with you the 12 affordable tools that every business small or large need to have in place to protect themselves from cyber criminals. We can no longer take a blind eye to what is happening all around us and just think that it will not happen to me. If you have a device connected to the Internet, it is now a target, just waiting for the criminals to attack it. Come and learn what you can do to protect your business, your reputation and how to avoid being the next victim. It’s not a matter of if you will be attacked, it’s a matter of when and will you be prepared?
This video was recorded at the 2017 Cyber Security Conference
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Charles Henson has worked in the IT industry for over 25 years and currently serves as Managing Partner of Nashville Computer, Inc. He has written three books, Hassle-Free Computer Support, Cloud Computing A Guide for Executives & Business Owners, and his latest book The Business Owners Guide To I.T. and All Things Digital, Vol.2: 17 Critical Facts Every Business Must Know To Maximize Their Company’s Efficiency, Security, Employee Productivity and Profits. In this book Mr. Henson was joined by a select group of leading I.T. experts from across North America to co-write what instantly became an Amazon best seller.
Charles became interested in technology at a very young age. He got his first computer from a school friend in 1984. His thought was that if computers break, someone would need to fix them. This simple thought drove Charles to get a degree in Electrical Engineering from ITT Technical Institute. Since then he has never stopped reading about and learning all of the new technologies as they become available. He feels that he needs to be a trusted advisor to all of his clients.
In May 2010 he was invited to the Google Headquarters in California for his personal feedback and opinions on the Google Adwords product offering and to give feedback on the training in which he took part. Charles has been interviewed and featured in the Redmond IT Magazine regarding Backup Disaster Recovery solutions. He has worked with and has been trained on PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) a technology used to encrypt data and communications. Additionally, he has been asked for his insight and invited to discussion groups and interviewed by peers and industry leaders to help build a common Cloud Computing Blueprint.
In 2014, Mr. Henson received the Nashville Business Journal’s CIO Award which recognizes top technology leaders in Middle Tennessee. He is passionate about teaching and advising all who will benefit from his IT experience and has become well known around the Nashville area through speaking engagements, news interviews, teleseminars and webinars.
Mr. Henson resides in Brentwood, TN with his wife and two children.Back to Facilitators