Topics to be presented at the high profile conference will range from security digital assets to how to prevent a cyber-attack.
Miami, Florida. January 5, 2017. The Minority Chamber of Commerce will host a Cyber Security Miami Conference on January 27, 2017 at the Hotel Intercontinental, city of Doral in Miami Dade County, Florida from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. The high level premier Cyber Conference is aimed at helping businesses of all sizes to develop and the diverse industries, evaluate, and strengthen their cybersecurity programs, explore in many ways and connect with law enforcement community before cyber incidents occur. The conference will also include a panel looking at the government of law enforcement with the private sector, and the financial service industry's perspective on cyber security. In addition, topics will include looking insight how all businesses, large or small, can secure their information as well as their customer’s profile.
Cyber Security Miami Conference 2017 with impressive guest speakers to includes: Mr. Kevin Parker, FBI south Florida’s representative in Cyber Attack, Mr. Jorge Rodriguez from Federal Reserve Bank, Mr. Rob Vazquez, Chairman of the Cyber Attack Committee of the Minority Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Steve Detwiler Miami Dade County Emergency and Preparedness office, among others local leaders.
The premier event will present an unparalleled opportunity for local companies in cyber-threat spanning half days with more than 10 distinguished speakers from government, the private sector, and business leaders at the Chamber. Each will bring unique insights from their expertise in the disciplines of emerging technologies, operations and enforcement, digital asset protection, and pragmatic experience, and law enforcement to coordinate their efforts to create a more secure business.
“Local businesses in South of Florida are concerned over the strength and comprehensiveness of cyber security in their economies, as companies across our counties are being targeted in cyber-attacks at an increasing rate of both occurrence and cost”, said Doug Mayorga, CEO of the Minority Chamber of Commerce, “the high level conference will bring together top experts from federal government, law enforcement, and the private sector to discuss how to navigate the cyber security framework , give business owners tools and tips for strengthening their cybersecurity programs”.
About the Cybersecurity Conference: To educate and produce a multi-stakeholder consortium that brings together industry, government and local business leaders interests in an effort to improve the local companies of cyber security on both a domestic and international level. The main goal is to discuss information on how to protect local business from one of the greatest threats facing almost every business in the world today, there is something for every business, regardless of size or industry.
About Minority Chamber of Commerce: The Minority Chamber’s Cyber Program Committee is created to assist members and partners to develop and implement with a multifaceted stake with a strong protection and security response that safeguards their private information, their digital assets and their way to do business. In that, the Chamber advocates through its Cyber Security Committee and working groups, this initiative to work with a competitive and secure local, national and international trade environment, strong private sector cyber networks and systems, and a disaster resilient business community. To join to this effort please contact: Ms. Maria Loaisiga at: email@example.com
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This year, 2016 was a year of challenges and developments. I was honored to join our new friends and partners in Dominican Republic, Chile, South Africa, Dubai and recently, in New Zealand as part of the global strategy for the Minority Chamber.
Closer to home, December is traditionally the busiest month of the year for the Minority Chamber of Co-mmerce. At the time of writing, final preparations are being made for the South Florida 16th Minority Lea-dership Gala Awards 2016, where we will celebrate the achievements of firms, elected government, and indi-viduals that have made an outstanding contribution to minority businesses in South Florida.
"Building a successful business is hard work. Finding the affordable, quality health insurance you need doesn’t have to be. Whether you’re self-employed and working out of your garage or the owner of a small business with multiple employees, you face special challenges when it comes to finding and getting health coverage. 2010 health reform legislation provides you with special opportunities too. The purpose of this buyer’s guide is to help answer your questions, assess your needs, and provide you with the right tools to find the best health insurance solution for you.
Whether you’ve got two employees or 25, you know that employer-sponsored health insurance is one of the benefits workers value most. Offering a group health insurance plan can help you hire and retain the best workers as well as provide valuable protection for yourself and your family. And as a result of health reform, there are special tax incentives available from 2010-2013 for small businesses that provide group health insurance for their employees".
Highlights from the site based on a small business(es) in South Florida:
- Deductible 2 - 5 employees = $500 to $10,000
- Deductible 5 - 10 employees = $500 to $10,000
- Deductible 10 - 15 employees = $500 to $10,000
- Deductible 15 - 25 employees = $1,000 to $10,000
- Cost per employee 2 - 5 employees = $300 to $700
- Cost per employee 5 - 10 employees = $300 to $700
- Cost per employee 10 - 15 employees = $300 to $700
- Cost per employee 15 - 25 employees = $300 to $700
- Monthly Cost 2 - 5 employees = $1,000 to $6,000
- Monthly Cost 5 - 10 employees = $2,000 to $6,000
- Monthly Cost 10 - 15 employees = $4,000 to $15,000
- Monthly Cost 15 - 25 employees = $7,000 to $15,000
- Office Visit Cost 2 - 5 employees = under $10 to $50 copay or 20% to 40% coinsurance
- Office Visit Cost 5 - 10 employees = under $10 to $50 copay or 20% to 40% coinsurance
- Office Visit Cost 10 - 15 employees = $20 to $50 copay or 20% to 40% coinsurance
- Office Visit Cost 15 - 25 employees = $20 to $50 copay or 20% to 40% coinsurance
- Plan Types for group small business insurance are HMO or POS
Joseph (Joey) U. Lawrence is Chief Executive Officer of Eiikon; which is the exclusive international group purchasing organization aligned with Intalere. He was named the "2016 CEO of the Year" by the Minority Chamber of Commerce, and named the Chairman of the Healthcare Committee for the Minority Chamber of Commerce.