Cyber Security in the Workplace

If your business experienced a cyber security threat or a data breach, would you know what to do?

Join Better Business Bureau of Upstate New York, AT&T, ASIS, U.S Attorney’s Office, Erie County Law Enforcement Foundation, Hilbert College, Lawley, Crime Stoppers, and Lincoln Archives for “Cyber Security in the Workplace” May 17, 2017 at Hilbert College in Hamburg, New York, 8 a.m.-noon.

This event will feature experts speaking on how to protect your business, cyber security insurance, electronic file destruction, and more.

Businesses large and small can be targeted in these attacks. Find out how to protect yourself and know the warning signs. Don’t miss this important event!

Cyber security event Buffalo NY

Join us May 17, 2017 8 a.m.-noon at:

Hilbert College
Bogel Hall, Room 101
5200 South Park Ave.
Hamburg, NY 14075

Register for “Cyber Security in the Workplace.”

Or view the event flier.



    • Bridget Diete on May 10, 2017 at 7:32 PM
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    I’m a victim of a grandparent scam. I person called me up claiming he was working for HP. He sated that there are many errors and warnings on my computer, and that he can fix them. He then took over my computer remotely and showed me the error and warnings. Later I learned that scammers can remotely install malware, and that was stated on the official HP website; HP knows exactly what’s going on. Then the scammer told me to go to Safeway market and get I-Tunes gift cards. He had me go several times to Safeway because every time I came back he told me that the code didn’t work. The fifth time he told me to go to Target to get an I-Tunes gift card. Target didn’t give out $500 in gift card, but only $150 gift cards. At Safeway, they did give out $500 gift cards. Then I knew it was a scam. I was totally exhausted, and I screamed at him, and I told him to forget the whole thing. But he and his assistants already had gotten the cash, I believe. The total charge at Safeway Store came to $1,500.
    I have 2 of their telephone numbers, namely, 631-947-4295 and 1-844-814-1800. The person’s name I dealt with was Max, but that could have been a fake name.
    I did call my Network security co., ‘Arrow System Tech Services”, also based in New York. They told me that they erased everything the scammer did, and installed again what I had before. The scammer also got my home address to send me a new IP Address, Please contact me if possible. .
    I appreciate if you look into this.

    1. Hi Bridget,

      I am very sorry to hear this happened to you. Can you please report this to our Scam Tracker:

      Thank you.

    • Fred Cook on August 21, 2017 at 12:42 PM
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    I’m sure the seminar had a ton more information than this, but saw your post and thought you might be interested in this infographic on cyber security tips for small businesses.

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