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Keep Up Your Guard: Cyber Threats & How to Protect Your Business

Keep Up Your Guard: Cyber Threats & How to Protect Your Business

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Chase and the Florida SBDC at FIU are joining forces to expand the “Connecting Minds” event series in Miami — a new series designed to help small business owners bolster their success through access to relationships, experts in critical topics, and resources to fund and grow their businesses.

 

The theft of digital information has become the norm in today’s society.  Attendees will receive key insights on the cyber threat landscape and learn best practices on how to protect their businesses from cyber attacks. 

 

Panelists include top experts from the U.S. Secret Service, the State of Florida, Chase, Florida International University and other IT Security professionals.

The Job Flea

This job and internship fair sponsored by The New Tropic and the Talent Development Network will feature Miami’s leading universities and companies in every industry, from technology to medicine to arts to social work. Highlighted companies include: Twitter, Lyft, Uber, Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat, Miami Marlins, Yellow Pepper, plus tons of local tech startups and entrepreneurs. The event includes an evening of talks with leading luminaries on the future of our economy and workforce, with food, drink, and music.

Black Tech Week @ BBC

Black Tech Week was established in 2014 to provide more impactful programming around Black History Month. In addition to celebrating innovators of color, the event aims to change the narrative surrounding our community and replace it with innovation, creativity and technology. The event includes a three-day technology summit from Feb. 17-19 featuring leading tech innovators, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists. The event is free for FIU students.