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Protect your business

Millions of small business suffer cyber-attacks, digital extortion, or data breach every year.

As a result, businesses experience financial hardship or closure. For that reason, we have

created CyberSafe, a free resource to help you protect valuable data.

Where do I start?
CyberSafe is Designed to help strengthen data protection in 3 steps


CyberSafe Assessment will help you evaluate and identify where your business needs help.


CyberSafe Toolkits will help you understand the latest safeguards in cybersecurity.


CyberSafe Planner will help you strategize against cyberattacks and provide employees guidance to manage a threat or breach.

Is this you?

Take a moment to see how these business owners
learned from their mistakes

Rachel – Restaurant Owner

Rachel did not think running an up to date POS system was important until she got hacked. See what steps she took to train her employees

Matt – Doctor’s office

Matt did not think training his employees on phishing was important until someone clicked on an email that caused his data to be breached. See what steps he took to train his employees.

David – Manufacturer

David had not realize his business had been hacked due to a flash drive an employee plugged into a computer. See what steps he took to prepare.

Angie – Gym Owner

Angie did not know what to do when her systems went down as a result of an employee clicking an ad. See what steps she took to prepare.

Keep your data Safe
Identify your data

This toolkit will help you identify vulnerabilities and  what kind of data needs to be protected.

Safeguard your data

This toolkit provides you with  variety of solutions and  protocols to prevent cyberattacks.

First Aid

This toolkit will help your business stay protected when responding to unwanted intruders.

Certify your employees

This toolkit will help teach and train employees on how to identify phishing attacks commonly used today.

The Orange County Inland Empire SBDC Network is hosted by California State University, Fullerton and funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Funding is not an endorsement of any product, opinion, or service. All programs and services are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis.