Tuesday, November 5, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM CST
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James E. Guinn Complex 
1150 South Freeway
Fort Worth, TX 76104

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Joni Garza, SCORE Administrator 
Fort Worth - Chapter 120 

Cyber Security Workshop - 11/5/2019 


The Internet is a valuable tool that has enhanced the quality of life for many of us.  Unfortunately, the Internet has become a valuable tool for criminals who use it to further their illegal activities. Criminals constantly increase their skills and become more dangerous to our fnancial health. If business owners and individuals don't take proactive steps to protect their financial assets they increase the risk of financial losses.



Who Should Attend: Anyone who has concerns about cyber security for their business or personal finance.


What you will Learn:

  • Actions and suggestions that will help a small business or individual avoid being a victim of cybercrime.
  •  Prevention and avoidance with suggestions for recovering from ransomware and other types of attacks.


The workshop is aimed at small businesses using Windows desktop computers, including advice that applies for Android and Apple (MacOS) users plus any Internet connected device including smart phones, tablets and laptops. 


Fee $50


Presented By: James Badgett

  After graduating from college James became a software engineer with additional training as a network engineer for a large company. Based on his years of experience, James evolved into a computer security analyst. Following his two years as a security analyst, James  was recruited by a large financial services company to design, implement and manage a comprehensive computer security system where he remained for nearly 12 years. Since retiring James has continually enhanced his skills and knowledge to the importance in protecting financial assets.  James will remain after the workshop to answer any specific issues that an attendee may have.