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LSBDC at ULM to host cyber crime seminar

Published March 03, 2015

Cyber crime has been identified as a key problem for business owners. In support of businesses in the Northeastern Louisiana region, the Louisiana Small Business Development Center at the University of Louisiana at Monroe (LSBDC at ULM) will host a training seminar from 12-2 p.m., on Thursday, March 5, at the West Monroe-West Ouachita Chamber of Commerce, located at 112 Professional Dr. in West Monroe.

There is a fee of $25 to attend the seminar. Space is limited, and pre-registration is recommended. Register online at lsbdc.org, or call 318-342-1224.

The event, “Cyber Security Awareness Seminar for Small Business,” will help small businesses in the Northeast Louisiana region prepare for and prevent cyber attacks by providing information about the latest cyber attacks, security measures, as well as great online practices for small businesses.

Ieshea Jones, founder and CEO of Direnzic Technology and Consulting, LLC, will conduct the seminars.

Direnzic Technology and Consulting, LLC, is a business in Monroe that educates clients about the merits of cyber security and applies cutting edge innovation to the ever-growing threats of cyber attacks.

For more information about the partnership contact the LSBDC at ULM at lsbdc.org, or call 318-342-1224.

LSBDC at ULM provides a vast array of technical assistance to existing small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs. By supporting business growth, sustainability and enhancing the creation of new business entities, LSBDC fosters local and regional economic development in Northeast Louisiana through job creation and retention