DMA Annual Meeting + Board Elections + Awards + Cyber Security Presentation
DECEMBER 12TH | 8-9AM | VIA ZOOM
DMA ANNUAL MEETING + BOARD ELECTIONS + CYBER SECURITY
It’s that time of year again when we have an opportunity to build our board with new leaders to help us guide Downtown Medford Association and further our mission to enhance the physical, cultural and economic vitality of downtown Medford. To be considered an active member and cast your vote, JOIN US today!
PRESIDENTS AWARD| EJ McManus, Board President
NOMINATIONS | EJ McManus, Board President – (See Bios)
DMA COMMITTEE REVIEW | Board Members
DMA 2023 REVIEW | Annie Jenkins, Interim Executive Director
CITY OF MEDFORD UPDATE | Kelly Madding, Deputy City Manager
GUEST SPEAKER + SPECIAL PRESENTATION
CYBER SECURITY | Ryan Robertson, Brown & Brown + Ryan Fields
GUEST SPEAKER | Enhancing Cyber Security for Small Businesses: Protecting Your Clients and Your Business
Small businesses are not exempt from the threat of cyber attacks, just like their larger counterparts. Disregarding these risks can result in severe consequences, including data breaches, financial losses, and reputational damage. Therefore, it is crucial for small businesses to familiarize themselves with current information security issues, take prompt action to mitigate threats, and develop strategies to safeguard their business and customers from future cybercrime incidents.
To address these concerns, we are excited to announce a special event featuring a guest speaker who will provide valuable insights during a mini session. Join us to learn about the top measures you must take to ensure the protection of your clients and your business. You will gain the knowledge and tools necessary to strengthen your cyber security posture and fortify your organization against potential threats.
Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your understanding of cyber security and take proactive steps to safeguard your small business. Please join us, you will receive invaluable guidance from our expert speaker, enabling you to protect both your clients and your business.
You may notice that accessing the link is going to be different for this Power Hour, and that’s because getting zoom-hijacked last time was not fun. The link will ask you for your name and email – and then when you submit it, you will get the link to the meeting proper. Thank you!