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Preventing Ransomware in the Automotive Aftermarket – What SEMA Retailers, Manufacturers and WDs Can Do to Mitigate Threats
Cybersecurity threats have always been important concerns for businesses. This is especially true as the pandemic redefined how organizations operated – with employees working remotely and utilizing their own devices.

During this live webinar, aftermarket executives and decision makers will learn everything they need to make educated cybersecurity decisions. Even if you’re not tech savvy, you’ll learn how to reduce the threat of hacking and ransoming. You’ll discover how to identify key vulnerabilities within your organization, and leave with the knowledge needed to develop strategies and techniques for mitigating security threats.

Key discussion topics include:

• State of the Nation: The Internet is a “Wild West” landscape with abundant threats to cybersecurity. International attacks turn businesses into pawns.
• State of Organization: A new era of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) emerged due to the explosion of work-from-home activities. The hybrid nature of remote work and onsite activities continues to present new risks as businesses return to the office while still supporting remote workforces.
• Strategies for Securing Organizations in the New World: The webinar will define and implement remote work and BYOD policies that fit unique business cultures. How to secure devices in insecure locations using authorization, authentication, encryption, and other advanced security measures, how to identify optimal methods of remote connectivity, how to leverage server management for optimal security, and more will also be discussed.

Targeted specifically to owners and leaders of automotive aftermarket retailers, manufacturers, and WDs, this webinar will feature business and cybersecurity experts sharing key strategies on how to reopen businesses without opening doors to disaster.

Aug 31, 2021 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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