Cybersecurity: Some Things You Need To Know

06/10/2015
7:30 AM

Cybercrime and data theft are not just a problem for big companies. In fact, the majority of cybercrime is happening to small and medium-sized businesses, which are often at greater risk due to lack of information, resources, and strategic partners.

How can you possibly cope when estimates of daily variants of malware released by hackers ranges up to 400,000 per day?

Come find out about things to watch for and get tips that even the smallest of businesses can affordably do to help protect themselves.

This program will be presented by Darcy D. Rogers, Ledyard’s SVP, Chief Information Officer and Director of Operations.

Please join us for this complimentary seminar and breakfast!

7:30 - 7:50 a.m. - Breakfast and Networking Time
7:50 - 8:50 a.m. - Welcome Remarks and Presentation
8:50 - 9:00 a.m. - Questions / Close

As always, the room will be available until 10:00 for those who would like to stay and network informally. Don’t forget about our resource table, where you are welcome to display materials/information about your business.

Courtyard by Marriott
10 Morgan Drive
Lebanon, NH


Please RSVP to Sarah Salo by Tuesday, June 2nd
603.640.2665 or sarah.salo@ledyardbank.com

Space will be limited - Reserve your seat today!

Darcy D. Rogers - Darcy Rogers was one of the first employees of Ledyard National Bank, joining the organization in February 1991 to set up and administer data processing and operations. As Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer and Director of Operations, Darcy has guided the evolution and development of Ledyard's technical capabilities over these past 24 years. With nearly 40 years in banking and finance, including 32 years in data processing, network administration, and computer technology, Darcy brings a unique blend of experience to the battle against cyber threats. Among his relevant affiliations, in 2014 Darcy was invited to join a Federal Reserve Bank of Boston-sponsored Information Security and Cyber Threats Forum, focused on pooling knowledge among member financial institutions to help thwart this growing problem.