The Internet of Things: More Things, Less Security | NJSBDC at Kean University | Thursday, June 08, 2017 @ 7:30am – 12:30pm

The Internet of Things: More Things, Less Security

Thursday, June 08, 2017  7:30am – 12:30pm

  NJSBDC at Kean University,  STEM Building       

Kean University  |  1075 Morris Ave  |  Union, NJ 07083

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What is the “DARK WEB”?! 

How can you secure devices connected to the internet? 

What are the risks of inefficient or ineffective cybersecurity measures for small businesses?




In collaboration with the Cybersecurity Center at Kean University, the NJSBDC at Kean University is having a symposium on “The Internet of Things:  More Things, Less Security”.


Networking  Breakfast  |  Expert Speakers & Panelists




The rapid expansion of digital technology has led businesses and consumers alike to question their security. On Thursday, June 8, the Cybersecurity Center at Kean University and the Union County Small Business Development Center will co-host The Internet of Things (IoT), a seminar exploring the vast array of networked devices that surround us and the associated risks, from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. David Weinstein, New Jersey’s first Chief Technology Officer, will deliver the keynote address at the event.


David Weinstein, Chief Technology Officer – The State of New Jersey

“Small businesses use technology to increase productivity and capabilities. Just imagine how loosing control over these necessities can set them back?” said David Margulies, Director, Union County NJSBDC at Kean University. “We all need to be well versed on how to best mitigate this risk to ensure business continuity.”


What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?!: 

The diverse array of networked devices, ranging from cars and kitchen appliances to heart monitors, able to collect and exchange data through embedded sensors. The seminar will explore potential risks the IoT poses to small businesses and best practices for securing networked devices.


Several expert speakers will provide valuable insights, industry best practices, and even a glimpse of the “DARK WEB” at The Internet of Things seminar. Breakfast will be served.




Free to Attend but Registration is REQUIRED!


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