Cyber security seminar coming to Kirksville
KIRKSVILLE, Mo. —
Are you looking for ways to protect your presence online?
If so, an upcoming "lunch and learn" in Kirksville may provide some helpful tips.
Missouri Rural Enterprise and Innovation Center or MREIC board members learned more about the seminar during a meeting on Tuesday.
Starting January 8, a "Cyber Monday" series will be held at the Economic Development Alliance Building located on South Franklin Street in Kirksville.
The first class will feature FBI cyber crimes expert Ryan Williams.
He will speak about the types of cyber security threats and some trends the FBI is currently seeing.
You'll also learn what the FBI is doing to combat the threats.
MREIC Executive Director Carolyn Chrisman says the class will provide information that is beneficial to a number of parties.
"It's only ten dollars. So, we really encourage all small businesses, government officials, anyone who wants to know more and know it from the experts about what they can do to better protect themselves and what the threats really are."
Once again, this cyber security seminar will be held on Monday, January 8 at the Economic Development Alliance Building beginning at noon.
The cost is $10 per person.
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