Ask the Pros IV – Cyber Security
Monday, January 30th | 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM CT | Fractal Brewing Project
Businesses take many precautions when it comes to cyber security: protecting customer data, trade secrets and business intelligence. And in today’s technological world, you, too, have sensitive information that needs protecting. More and more often citizens are adversely affected by phishing e-mails, scammer robocalls and password attacks.
Please join us for Keel Point’s Ask the Pros IV – Cyber Security discussion on what we can all do to protect ourselves from these and other cyber-attacks.
This roundtable gathering will be led by local experts from the Huntsville area, featuring Jamie Miller, Founder and CEO of Mission Multiplier, a Huntsville based business providing cyber security subject matter expertise to their clients, employees, and communities; Keel Point Financial Advisor David Little; and Keller Williams Realtor Brandi Copeland.
In addition to an in-depth cyber security discussion, David will provide an update on the current state of the markets and economy, and how Keel Point serves families in times like these, and Brandi will give the latest news around the local markets while answering all your real estate questions.
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Agenda: 4:00 PM, check-in
Location: Fractal Brewing Project: 3200 Leeman Ferry Rd SW, Huntsville, AL 35801
RSVP: Ask the Pros III
Meet the Speakers:
Working with individuals and families, David has been in the wealth management/financial planning business since 2005. His goal has always been to make the complicated nature of the investment world easy to understand and straightforward, while having open and honest conversations with his clients, helping them stay focused on their goals.
Founder and CEO of Mission Multiplier
Realtor Partner/Military Relocation Professional
Brandi is a Huntsville, Madison County native. She has been in the real-estate industry for 14 years. She holds a Military Relocation Designation and has helped both military and civilian families alike to find their home in the Huntsville and the North Alabama area.
Brandi is heavily involved in her community including the Monte Sano Civic Association, Monte Sano Club, as well as several boards focused on encouraging more people on bicycles. In her spare time Brandi can be found in a coffee shop, on the local mountain bike trails or at her favorite CrossFit box. She and her husband Scott have five children of their own and usually a houseful of extra neighborhood kids.