The CyberSafe Project
“Deliver tools and solutions to safeguard against cyber attacks.”
It’s that simple
Cyberattacks are on the rise and the number one target are small businesses and start-ups. Small businesses are a prime target for cyber-attacks due to the lack of basic security protocols and belief that they do not store valuable data.
The SBDC CyberSafe program is being developed for small business team members who are non-technical: The gym-owner, the clinic, the restaurant shop owner, the manufacturing floor managers.
It's FreeCyberSafe is 100% free to business owners looking to protect their businesses from Cyberattacks.
KNOWLEDGECyberSafe provides access to a variety of information that will allow business owners to run their business worry free.
Teresa is the Senior Business Intelligence Research Assistant for the OCIE SBDC Network, leading our Market Research team. She was also the lead in developing the SBDC CyberSafe cybersecurity program. Teresa is experienced in IT support, troubleshooting, and building computers for higher performance. She is currently pursing a degree in Information Systems and Decision Science from California State University, Fullerton.
Sidhant is a current member of the market research team for OCIE SBDC network. He is experienced in providing IT support as a Database Administrator. He has received Bachelors of computer science degree in 2013. He is pursuing a Master of Science degree in Information Systems and Decision Science from California State University, Fullerton.
Kylee is a current member of the market research team for OCIE SBDC network. She is experienced in sales and marketing in the tourism industry. She has received an MBA in aviation degree from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in 2012. Currently she is pursuing a Master of Science degree in Information Systems and Decision Science in California State University, Fullerton.
Rick is a recent addition to the OCIE research team. He has been affiliated with the Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for two years as well as the California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce under the CAPS program. He is currently holding the position of Director of Information Technology for the Latino Business Student Association chapter in CSU Fullerton.