FORT MITCHELL, Ky. — Have questions about best practices for a remote work force? Concerned about the types of online security threats your company may face in this rapidly changing work environment? The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is ready to help your business answer these questions and more via its new “Virtual Lunch” webinar series.
Three Northern Kentucky experts – Global Business Solutions, Inc. President Gary Batshoun, Intrust-IT Cybersecurity Consultant and Educator Dave Hatter and C-Forward President Brian Ruschman – will kick off the free webinar series with the topic, “Cyber Security Concerns for Remote Workers and Their Companies,” taking place from noon to 1 p.m. Friday, April 3, 2020.
The discussion will serve as the start of the NKY Chamber’s new “Beyond the Box” virtual lunchtime webinars, which will take place each week in April. The series is designed to provide NKY Chamber members with up-to-date, relevant insight from local experts to help their business navigate the current COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) pandemic and prepare for the future of business.
Technology-based subjects won’t be the series’ only focus, however. Subjects for future webinars include how to stay mindful and organized while working from home, understanding how to apply for Small Business Association (SBA) loans, and how business will evolve post-crisis. Before each webinar, registrants are encouraged to support local businesses by picking up a carryout or delivery meal from one of the Chamber’s member restaurants.
NKY Chamber Vice President of Special Events Christie Rogers says the series is intended to provide its members with the insight and tools they need to successfully manage their business in the current climate.
“Given our mission to promote and support the development of strong businesses and a vibrant economy in Northern Kentucky, it is essential we provide relevant information at this critical time,” said Rogers. “These virtual lunch sessions will help our members adapt and thrive in our new normal.”
To register for the free webinar, visit web.nkychamber.com/events/.