Palisades Institute: Cybersecurity Forum

Date: Thursday, May 9, 2019
Time: 7:45 am  to  10:00 am
Location: Lawrence Room, Rosary Hall


Protect Your Business Information

Local and global cyber threats are a HOT and TROUBLESOME challenge.
52% of all security breaches are due to human error.
How do you stay updated on industry trends to keep your business secure?
How do you prepare or alert your workforce for these threats?

Join local business and non-profit leaders for
informative presentations and dialogue with a panel of four
manufacturing, financial and business advisors
on cybersecurity measures you can take to protect your business

Financial data and information
Business and trade secrets
Intellectual property


New York State Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) Solutions Director – FuzeHub
Regional Technology Specialist — Manufacturing and Technology Enterprise Center (MTEC)

(Presenter and Panelist)
Principal and Founding Member – TurtleBay Advisory Services

(Presenter and Panelist)
Cyber Security Coordinator – Mohawk Valley Community College
Advanced Institute for Manufacturing (AIM)

Director – Mohawk Valley Community College
Advanced Institute for Manufacturing (AIM)

IT Project Engineer and IT Systems Administrator –
Manufacturing and Technology Enterprise Center (MTEC)


A continental breakfast will be served starting at 7:45 a.m. The forum will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. and conclude at 10 a.m. The cost is $25 and registration is required. Free parking is available by entering the campus on the west side of Western Highway just north of Mountainview Avenue in Orangeburg, NY.

The aim of the Palisades Institute of Dominican College is to assist leaders to advance their organizations by providing them with professional development and information to integrate the concepts of Leadership, Quality, and Ethics to achieve long-term success. In serving the business, not-for-profit and government community, the Palisades Institute of Dominican College also aims to serve Dominican College students by fostering their participation in these educational opportunities.

For more information call (845) 848-7806. To register for this event please use the Web form below.