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SEMINAR: The Cybercrime Threat to Michigan Businesses

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January 29, 2019

Space remains for our special Cyber Crimes Seminar featuring US Secret Service Special Agent Jordan Johnston. Register for our free seminar to hear about the cyber threats to Michigan businesses and to learn what can be done to protect your organization.

Cyber criminals don't just target the giant corporations. In fact, businesses under $1B tend to be targeted 
MORE because they are perceived to have weaker defenses. 

When:  Thursday, February 7, 2019 from 11:30am - 1:30pm, presentation and lunch begin at noon

Where:  Skyline Club, 2000 Town Center, Southfield, MI 48075

Who:  This seminar is best suited for business owners, business leaders, municipal leaders, and IT executives.

What:  Join us to learn more about these threats from Special Agent Johnston and to hear what can be done to protect your organization.

Register at: info.cloudsafe.com/cyber-crimes-seminar-registration 

The statistics are frightening:

  • USSS received 298,728 cyber crime and fraud complaints in 2016
    • Reported losses in excess of $1.4B
    • #1 cause of loss - Business Email Compromise
  • Business Email Compromise (BEC) global exposure from 2013 - 2016
    • Over $5B (reported) losses - $5,302,890,449
    • Number of victims - 40,203
    • The math - $131,902 per victim
  • BEC from January 2016 - June 2017
    • $222.9M attempted
    • $74.8M returned / frozen (34%)
    • $148M unrecovered (66%)


Business Email Compromise is just one of the many ways criminals are preying on organizations. Register now to learn more about these threats and how to reduce the risk for your organization.
 



About CloudSAFE
CloudSAFE is a cloud services provider headquartered in Southfield, MI. We provide Michigan businesses with a more personal, local alternative to the big, public cloud providers. CloudSAFE offers protection for your organization's most valuable resource, your data. We offer data backup, disaster recovery and and cloud-based infrastructure resources.

Contact:
Mark Strobel, VP of Marketing
(248) 864-5515

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