Infotech pro Tye Jordan provides cybersecurity tips, strategies

The Communicators Club has made a priority of providing up-to-date information on cybersecurity for our patrons, educating attendees to safely navigate those shark-infested waters. We're ready to welcome the new year with a refresher — this time featuring tips and techniques from technology security pro Tye Jordan.

Tye will offer insights and best practices in traversing modern-day cybersecurity for all types of businesses and industries in a talk titled, “Cybersecurity and Technology, with Pro Tips.” The Zoom-based presentation is set for noon to 1:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 10, with a $15 fee for TCC non-members. (See below for our money-saving membership option.)

The pandemic changed work for employees and businesses alike, with many now toiling remotely. That trend is expected to continue in 2023. Noting the growing dependency on having workforces split between traditional offices and home, Tye will discuss how businesses can protect themselves and their employees when navigating this new age of IT organizational dynamics.

Those in attendance will leave this session with a better understanding and keener focus on the security of their day-to-day technology.

About our speaker

The owner of a Marlboro, Mass.-based Cinch I.T. franchise, Jordan spent his business career as a consultant, manager, sales and technology coach, and I.T. director before joining Cinch three years ago.

“My success is fueled by an unwavering passion to grow and develop businesses. Seeing entrepreneurs and businesses thrive is one of my primary goals and the experience is beyond rewarding; keeping the digital world safe with cybersecurity one business at a time,” says Tye. “Every business has the potential to become an empire with the right tools in the belt. What kind of empire do you want to make? Let’s build your business, your dream and your success together.”

Please mark your calendar for this crucial discussion, and to protect your online livelihood from an ever-growing menace. We wish all TCC members, subscribers and meeting attendees a safe and prosperous holiday season.