Finally a cybersecurity event with a happy ending

Cybersecurity Event Presented By masterIT

The Checklist Every CEO Needs To Protect Their Clients, Employees and Business

- The New Normal -

Did you know: 67% of cyber attacks started with a phishing email in 2014?
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Cybersecurity is now one of the biggest risks that SMB’s face. Almost every day there is a new “Hacked” cover story on the front page news. This is because cyber crime is much easier, profitable and successful than ever before. Cyber criminals are now able to target SMB’s with an ever increasing level of sophistication.

The good news is that you can mitigate the risks of cybersecurity vulnerabilities. It starts with coming to our exclusive cybersecurity event. At the event, you will receive real world education about current threats, how to deal with them, and will also leave with a checklist that will allow you to immediately assess your risk of cyber disruption or disaster.

The saying, “knowledge is power” is especially true when dealing with cybersecurity risks. Get the tools and education you need by registering for the November Cybersecurity Event today.

Event Details

When:

8am-10am | November 12th

Where:

Lipscomb & Pitts Insurance
2670 Union Ave, Memphis, TN 38112

Schedule:

8 am-8:30 am | Registration
8:30 am-9:30 am | Presentations
9:30 am -10 am | Q & A

Speakers:

Tim Marsh, Special Agent - FBI
Gary Wiseman, President & CTO - masterIT

Takeaways:

Education and a Check-List you can take back to your office and immediately assess your risk to cyber disruption or disaster.

Who Should Attend:

Owners, CEO’s, CFO’s, COO’s and CAO’s of SMB’s This will be a business, not a technical presentation.

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Event Presented By masterIT

The Checklist Every CEO Needs To Protect Their Clients, Employees and Business

- The New Normal -

Did you know: 67% of cyber attacks started with a phishing email in 2014?
%

Event Details

When:

8am-10am | November 12th

Where:

Lipscomb & Pitts Insurance
2670 Union Ave, Memphis, TN 38112

Schedule:

8 am-8:30 am | Registration
8:30 am-9:30 am | Presentations
9:30 am -10 am | Q & A

Speakers:

Tim Marsh, Special Agent - FBI
Gary Wiseman, President & CTO - masterIT

Takeaways:

Education and a Check-List you can take back to your office and immediately assess your risk to cyber disruption or disaster.

Who Should Attend:

Owners, CEO’s, CFO’s, COO’s and CAO’s of SMB’s This will be a business, not a technical presentation.

Sign up for the event

Please enter your information below to register.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Speaker Biographies

tim marsh

Timothy S. Marsh transferred to the Memphis Division in July of 2015. He has been assigned to investigate violations of law affiliated with Cyber and Counterintelligence matters. He also is currently serving as the InfraGard Coordinator.

Mr. Marsh began his career as a special agent with the FBI in 2004, where he was assigned to the New Orleans Field Office. Mr. Marsh investigated a variety of counterintelligence matters, and in 2009 was transferred to the Los Angeles Field Office where he continued his work with counterintelligence. In 2011, he was named supervisory special agent of the cyber program in the New Orleans Field Office.

In 2012, Mr. Marsh was requested to assist the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force with an outreach initiative focused on extracting cyber-related victim and actor threat information from FBI holdings and to determine the best method of disseminating said information to the appropriate field offices along with impacted victims. Mr. Marsh was instrumental in Cyber Division’s redevelopment and use of the Guardian for Cyber tracking program. Additionally, Mr. Marsh has been working to implement the Guardian for Cyber program throughout the USIC and other government agencies associated with the implantation Executive Order 13636. In April of 2013, he was selected as the Unit Chief of the Cyber Division’s Guardian Victim Analysis Unit responsible for ensuring the FBI successfully implemented the Guardian for Cyber program.

Before entering the FBI, Mr. Marsh worked as an engineer with a company in the Memphis area, specifically associated with the manufacturing of HID lighting products as well as computer/networking management. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Memphis University in 1999.

Gary Wiseman is masterIT’s president and Chief Technical Officer.  Gary has over 25 years in the technology industry and previously served as the Manager of Information Systems for Physiotherapy a division of Stryker a fortune 500  Company managing networks across 200 locations.

Prior to joining masterIT, Gary was the founder, president and CEO of Wisetech, Inc. His company focused on helping small to medium sized companies understand, utilize and implement technology as a tool to enable business rather than inhibit it.

Gary’s credentials include a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Christian Brothers College, a Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE), ITIL Certification, Dell Storage Systems, Aruba Wireless Engineer, Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), SonicWALL Certified Administrator (CSSA), HIPAA Certification and MSPmentor’s 250 – the annual look at the top 250 executives, entrepreneurs, experts, coaches and community leaders shaping the global managed services market.

Gary Wiseman masterIT President

Security needs are evolving because the threat landscape is changing. Cybercriminals are launching more sophisticated, farther-reaching attacks, and they have a new target: small and medium-sized businesses (SMB’s – organizations less than 1,000 employees). An organization is only as strong as its weakest link – and there are many points of entry that can be attacked. You could also be your own worst enemy. Register for the event here.

Security needs are evolving because the threat landscape is changing. Cybercriminals are launching more sophisticated, farther-reaching attacks, and they have a new target: small and medium-sized businesses (SMB’s – organizations less than 1,000 employees). An organization is only as strong as its weakest link – and there are many points of entry that can be attacked. You could also be your own worst enemy. Register for the event here.