The Consumer Assistance Program of the Vermont Attorney General’s Office is hosting the Cybersecurity for Small Businesses Training, a free webinar about protecting your small business from data breaches, scams, and cyber-attacks. Representatives from the Vermont Attorney General’s Office will be joined by Microsoft on September 29th from 9:30-10:30 for a free virtual presentation on cybersecurity for small businesses.
This presentation will feature Vermont Assistant Attorney General Sarah L. J. Aceves from the Consumer Protection Division and will discuss the ways in which businesses can protect themselves from scams and respond to a data breach. Microsoft Suite users can stay on for an additional presentation by a Microsoft training expert, who will discuss the application of cybersecurity features within the platform. Vermont small businesses are invited to join us for this informative and interactive presentation.
Event: Cybersecurity for Small Businesses Training
Hosted by: Emily McDonnell, Small Business Advocate of the Vermont Consumer Assistance Program of the Vermont Attorney General’s Office
Presenters: Sarah L.J. Aceves, Vermont Assistant Attorney General
Jessica Harrison, Microsoft Training Manager
Date: Thursday, September 29, 2022
Time: 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM (Eastern Time)
Location: Online webinar
Register: Click here for the webinar registration
Businesses can preview guidance as to what to do in the event of a security breach on the Vermont Attorney General’s website: VT Security Breach Notice Act Guidance. For more information on this webinar or resources for small businesses, contact Emily McDonnell, Small Business Advocate at AGO.SmallBusiness@vermont.gov.
Our office works to promote a private-public partnership to inform Vermont small businesses. Our goal is to give businesses the resources they need to comply with the expectations of commerce. Please understand our office is unable to provide legal advice and we do not endorse any specific business.