Small and medium-sized organizations all have valuable data, which makes them prime targets for cyber criminals . However, these organizations (small businesses, non-profits, local governments, schools, etc.) are often under-resourced when it comes to protecting their sensitive assets. The National Cyber Security Alliance, in collaboration with Flagship Kansas and the Kansas SBA, has developed a free hands-on half-day workshop to help organizations:

  • Identify which business assets others want
  • Protect those assets
  • Detect when something has gone wrong
  • Respond quickly and appropriately with an action plan
  • Recover after a breach


8:30AM-9:00AM: Registration

9:00AM-10:00AM: Fireside chat with local and national experts

10:00AM-12:00PM: Tabletop workshop where attendees will define what cybersecurity is, identify common misconceptions, learn “quick wins” to put into action now, and begin developing their own strategy for minimizing cybersecurity threats.

PLUS: Students from Friends University, Butler Community College and Wichita State University will be on hand to help attendees configure their privacy and security settings, so feel free to bring your devices with you.

This workshop is not designed for cybersecurity experts. This workshop is designed for individuals with little to no cybersecurity expertise, but everyone is welcome to attend.

This workshop is funded, in part, by a cooperative agreement with the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.


Groover Labs:
334 N St Francis St.
Wichita, KS 67202

Date & Time

March 26, 2020 9:00 am (Central)