Did you know?
43% of cyber attacks target small and medium businesses, only 14% of those businesses can handle attacks effectively, and 60% of those hacked close in 6 months.
If your business relies on computer technology or the internet, the question is not whether you have cybersecurity risk, but how much you risk you have, and how well it’s addressed.
We’re looking forward to hearing from Damilare Fagbemi at this month’s FaithTech Phoenix meetup. He’ll share practical tips for assessing your risk and teaches you how to avoid common cybersecurity mistakes from his extensive experience as a cybersecurity entrepreneur.
About Our Speaker:
Damilare is a software and cybersecurity entrepreneur motivated by the many opportunities to make people’s lives better through responsible innovation. He has had the privilege to teach secure software design across three continents ― North America, Africa, and Europe. He’s a co-founder at SaaS security consultancy, resilientsoftwaresecurity.com, social change startup, app.thelynway.com, and relishes opportunities to create empowering content at edgeofus.com.
We’ll be meeting online (link will be shared with registration, on the day of the event).
This event is for everyone from engineers and programmers to ministry leaders to designers. Our goal is to join together with the broader community, using tech and innovation as a means to help grow the Kingdom of God. Diversity makes us stronger.
Can’t stay for the whole time?
Not to worry! Drop in and drop out whenever you can.
What is FaithTech?
We are a global movement of Christians interested in all things faith and technology. Our vision is to become a global hub for FaithTech conversations, integrations, and innovations.
Visit our website at faithtech.com or check out our publication for more!
* Photographs and videos may be taken during this event. Please contact us in advance if you would not like to be a part of videos and photos. Otherwise, by attending, you are agreeing to participate in our media.
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