Cyber Security 101 – How to Keep Your Information Protected

12:00 pm–1:00 pm ET


Cyber-attacks are on the rise and just last year nearly 50% targeted small businesses. This year, attacks have been experienced with even greater frequency. To help, the Carolina Cyber Center of Montreat College is presenting a jargon-free program to help accounting professionals understand basic and fundamental actions that can be taken to protect individuals and organizations. We will raise awareness and introduce concrete steps that can lower the risk of being damaged by a cyber-attack by 80% or more and be implemented in a short time frame with little or no technical experience.

Please join us on Wednesday, February 15 to learn more about this topic and to network with other professionals. This event is planned and hosted by NCACPA’s Asheville Networking Group*This is a non-CPE event

To register: Please sign up online or contact Experience Support at [email protected] or 800-469-1352 with event code SN001822.


Ed Carroll—After more than 15 years in cybersecurity, mostly with startups and small businesses, Ed delivers information in an easy-to-digest manner using unassuming language to help make complex concepts stick.

Joe Jakubielski—After 25 years as an entrepreneur, Joe turned his passion for small business into a new career. After graduating from the Carolina Cyber Center’s Cyber Defense Analyst program, he’s helping businesses of all kinds by driving security awareness initiatives for the community.

Questions? Please contact NCACPA Engagement Coordinator, Crystal Dempsey at [email protected] or 919-469-1040.

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Event Vendor:NCACPA

Event Type:Networking
NASBA Instructional Method:N/A
Event Code:SN001822

Registration Fees


RegistrationEarly BirdRegular
NCACPA MemberN/A$0.00
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