Friday, May 5, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
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Rowan College at Gloucester County Business & Corporate Center         Parking Lot "E"                                 1400 Tanyard Road                                   Sewell, NJ  08080


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John P. Campbell 
Executive Director
(856) 845-4056
(609) 280-8066 (Cell)





This Seminar is sponsored by:

PCH Technologies




Cyber Security Seminar - How Safe Are You!:

The world's attention is focused on how to protect an organization's important client files from espionage and from being manipulated.  There is a global threat out there that is constantly collaborating and innovating to attack organizations 24/7.  This seminar will shed light on cybercrime and solutions to protect one's company.

Timothy Guim founded PCH Technologies in 1997, immediately following his graduation from Drexel University with a degree in Computer Science.  Tim has grown his business organically and through acquisition, expanding the firm's operations through a combination of its own internally generated resources and high quality services.  Tim oversees all of the company's operations, collaborating closely with his clients to build their businesses and ensure their successes.

PCH Technologies provides high quality IT and Cyber Security service to its clients and keeps their systems safe and available at all times.  In 2016 PCH Technologies was recognized as Best IT Company by the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce and Best Data Security Company by the South Jersey Biz magazine.

Tim is a past President of the Williamstown Sunrise Rotary Club, Board Member of the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce, Board Member of St. Mary's School in Williamstown, Member of the Computer Information Systems Business Advisory Committee at Rowan College at Gloucester County and an Eagle Scout.  Tim was recognized in 2016 as an Outstanding Entrepreneur by South Jersey Biz magazine.  Tim  resides with his family in Williamstown, NJ. 


  • Cyber Security Overview
  • Review Cyber Security Statistics
  • Review & Discussion of Russian Cyber-Attack against Political Parties in the Fall of 2016.
  • Review of the different type of Cyber Attacks:  Social Engineering; Phishing; CEO Attack; Trojan; Website Exploit; Security Exploit and Ransomware.
  • Discussion about The Dark Web
  • Value of Stolen Data
  • Discussion on Ransomeware and Cost to Business
  • Cyber Security Best Practices: End User training; Back-up & Business Continuity; Multiple Layers of Security; Limit Scope of Data; Password Change & Complexity Requirements; Password Management; Up-to-Date Security; Secure Remote Access; Secure Wifi.
  • Review of Managed Security Options