Jim Idle - Celeretech CEO


Who's Sorry Now?

WE'RE ALL AWARE of the risk, but what can you do to protect your business? Too often, the answer is "nothing" ... until it's too late. One of the problems is that there are so many programs that claim they can help. Some are very cheap. Some are very expensive. They can't all be equal. But how do you choose? How do you protect your computers

At the SSA convention in October, we’ll be joined by Jim Idle of Celeretech, a Chicago-area IT firm. He’s a certified “ethical” hacker which means he can hack into your computer, but he has pledged not to. He’s going to present a seminar on how to protect your computer system against infection from malware.

Perhaps one of the most important things you can do is have a meeting with all of your employees to instruct them on some very simple common-sense dos and don’ts. Jim will explain what those are and how to conduct that meeting.

So you’ve installed one of the popular anti-virus programs, have you? Is that sufficient? Jim will talk about some of the most recent threats and what you need to do to protect against them. It may require an investment in both hardware and software for your shop, but Jim will explain what you need, how much it will likely cost and why it’s worth it.

This is one executive seminar you can’t afford to miss.

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Jim Idle - Celeretech CEO
Jim Idle - Celeretech CEO