New Mexico MEP, WESST, the San Juan College Enterprise Center, and the Farmington SBDC are hosting a half-day training session on August 22, 2019, from 9am to 1pm.

Location: 5101 College Blvd, Farmington, Room 5017 of the San Juan College Enterprise Center.

Daniel Ziesmer will be starting the day with a talk and active discussion about what it means to “manage risk” as a small business, get you to start thinking about how to contextualize and prioritize the many risks that your small business faces, and learning how you must integrate cybersecurity and other technology risks into your burgeoning enterprise’s risk framework.

Daniel’s presentation is NOT a ‘scare’ session of who might be out to get you, there will be no arduous journey through the breaches and security events of others, and it is not a sales pitch.  Quite the opposite: the focus of his discussion will be on developing individualized strategies that work for your particular business type, current circumstances, and long-term priorities and objectives.  One-on-one sessions will be available from noon to 1pm with Daniel and other representatives of the sponsoring organizations.

To learn more about the organizers, visit their websites below.  You may find they also have many other services to offer to help your small business survive, thrive, and grow…

For more information, contact Denise Williams – the Innovation Director for Farmington and Northwest New Mexico – at denisew@newmexicomep.org or call (505) 860-9961.