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January 10, 2022

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – The Kansas Small Business Development Center will host a cybersecurity summit Jan. 28, 2022, from 1 to 5 p.m. in Regnier Center 101 at Johnson County Community College. The summit will feature three local industry experts who have seen an insurmountable number of threats throughout their careers. They will share their stories and provide a firsthand account of the cyberthreats they have faced and share tactics small businesses can use to avoid falling victim in similar circumstances.

“Cyberthreats have always been an inherent risk to small businesses; however, these threats have exponentially increased over the past 18 months,” says Jessica Johnson, Regional Director for the Kansas SBDC at Johnson County Community College. “Our hope with this summit is to shift the playing field to the favor of the businesses, empowering them to secure their assets.”

Topics covered in the summit will include cyberfraud and key identifiers, cyber risk management and solutions, cybersecurity governance, and more.

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The Kansas Small Business Development Center serves as the state advising resource for the small business owner. Whether it’s an existing business looking to boost sales or a start-up trying to get off the ground, we provide our clients with quality, professional and personal care all in a confidential setting. Learn more about the Kansas SBDC at