STAMFORD, Conn. - U.S. Computer Connection and Datto along with the Stamford Chamber of Commerce, Fairfield County Medical Association and Stamford Innovation Center will present The BCP (Business Continuity Planning) 2015 Forum on Tuesday, May 19, at the Stamford Innovation Center.
The Forum begins at 7:30 a.m. An expert panel will address the anatomy of continuity planning for small to middle-market businesses in the wake of some of the largest quantifiable cyber-breaches in history.
Attendees can leverage cutting-edge approaches that mitigate risk and understand best-practice application of business continuity. In addition, attendees will learn about local, state and federal resources available to businesses from civic leaders.
“As technology advisors for local organizations, we work with businesses, state and local agencies to ensure the right resources are available to businesses when disaster strikes. Anticipation of needs and keeping businesses poised for continuity has never been more critical,” said Garry Feldman President of U.S. Computer Connection.
“U.S. Computer Connection is hosting the BCP 2015 Forum to explore and guide companies to the right backup and business continuity solutions for their systems, and Datto is thrilled to be a part of this special event,'' said Austin McChord, Datto Founder and CEO.
"Ensuring that state infrastructure, businesses, and the public are prepared for – and protected against – cyber-attacks is vital to our economy and our security. I look forward to hearing local businesses and leaders share their ideas on continuity,'' said state Rep. Caroline Simmons, (D-Stamford).
For free registration or more information, visit www.uscomputer.com/bcpforum
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