Rhode to Resilience


60% of SMBs are forced to suspend operations after a cyber attack and never reopen for business. The lost revenue due to downtime, the cash spent attempting to remediate the breach and the reputational damage can range between $80,000 for clean up to hundreds of thousands in lost revenue.  Your business doesn’t have to be a victim.

Cyber risk continues to increase worldwide at an alarming rate, and threats are evolving faster than our ability to respond.  While the reality of cyber risk is undeniable, we can reduce it.  Constant vigilance and a coordinated effort across the global community are necessary to successfully defend against and ultimately eradicated cyber risk. 

The Small Business Security Series will allow you to: 

  • Work closely with a security professional (no technical skills required)
  • Address your security risk
  • Implement tools from the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) Tool Kit
  • Leave with concrete solutions that have a measurable effect

GCA is a global community of organizations - business, government, law enforcement, nonprofit and academia - passionate about eradicating cyber risk through the deployment of concrete actions that make a measurable impact.

Make cyber security planning as important as other aspects of your business planning process for 2020.  This important service is free for all RI small businesses. Contact our Rhode to Resilience Team at  R2RCyber@tech-collective.org


 Monday 1pm - 2pm or 2pm - 3pm
 Tuesday 10am - 11am
 Wednesday 10am - 11 am
 Thursday  1pm - 2pm or 3pm - 4pm
 Friday 1pm - 2pm or 2pm - 3pm


sponsored by Cox Business
Global Cyber Alliance Rhode Island Joint Cyber Task Force