SBA supporting small businesses with cyber summit
Four virtual sessions are planned for each Wednesday in October will provide tools, tips, and resources.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) will host a free, virtual “National Cyber Summit” throughout October 2023.
Through the series that is planned for Wednesdays during the month, SBA will provide tools, tips, and resources from multiple federal agencies to help small business owners bolster their cybersecurity infrastructure, in addition to exploring new trends and challenges entrepreneurs are increasingly facing.
“Digital tools represent some of the most exciting revenue growth opportunities for American small businesses – from the $5.2 trillion global e-commerce marketplace to cutting-edge AI and other digital tools,” said SBA Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman. “As small businesses increasingly rely on technology to start and grow their businesses, our SBA Cyber Summit and our work modernizing the SBA will help more entrepreneurs make the digital pivot safely by leveraging SBA resources and private sector solutions to defend their businesses, their customers, and their livelihoods from the ever-evolving threats from cyber criminals.”
Registration for the event is open to all and can be accessed at this link.