SBDC Securing Your Small Business During and After COVID19 4/29/21

Business communication, company reputation, client information, business purchases, finances, and operations – what do they all have in common? They are all areas a small business has or conducts daily. 


But given this post COVID19 world of working virtually, and conducting business transactions and interactions online, small businesses are at a higher security risk of scams, identity theft, financial loss, and breach of confidential information.


To ensure your small business understands where these threats are coming from and how to keep your company safe and secure, this free webinar will help.


What You Will Learn:

· New Cyber Security Threats for small businesses 

· Phishing & Spear Phishing

· Ransomware

· Instant safe measures and protocols for you and your employees

· Software and tools to keep your company safe 



Please Note

IMPORTANT: It is best viewed on a desktop or screen larger than a smartphone (i.e., iPad, etc.).

The Small Business Development Center is funded at the Community Business Partnership through a cooperative agreement between George Mason University and the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Thursday, April 29, 2021
1:00 pm-2:00 pm

COST: $0





Please Note

Please log onto the webinar timely.


See our FAQs page or contact Sheina Waddell, Training Coordinator at (703) 768-1440 or email at


The Community Business Partnership is an equal opportunity service provider, lender, and employer.

Speaker: Yuri Aberfield

Meet Yuri Aberfield

“I started Becky’s Pet Care in 1998 and, thanks to CBP’s expert and caring staff, now have a strong business with over 160 employees.

Becky O’Neil, President, Becky’s Pet Care, Springfield, VA
Community Business Partnership of Springfield, VA