Mass Tech Networking would like to invite you to our October Business Networking & Tech Vendor Showcase Event at the Northeastern University Alumni Center in Boston from 6:00pm – 8:00pm on Wednesday, October 16, 2019. Mass Tech Networking is collaborating with the DX Collaborative and Northeastern University to bring you the technology networking event for the Fall Season featuring a presentation on Building a Cybersecurity Response Plan.

All technology professionals are welcome whether you are simply working on building your network, looking for business leads, looking for a new job or just like to meet people.

The event has a limited number of free tickets so we ask that if you register, please plan to attend.

You must RSVP at to attend.

Here is the agenda for our event:

– 6:00pm 6:30pm – Networking

– 6:30pm -6:45pm – Jeff D. and Mike Sheehan to provide some Mass Tech Networking/ DX Collaborative Updates

– 6:45pm – 7:15pm – Featured Speaker – Phillip Magnuszewski COO Infused Innovations – see below for info.

– 7:15pm – 7:30pm – Attendee Q/A & Elevator Pitch – as time allows

– 7:30pm-8:00pm – More Networking

So come and bring your techie friends, a smile, and lots of business cards and make some great connections. Even if this is your first networking event, your hosts will make sure you make some great connections and feel very welcome. The goal is to build a great referral network for you for your success.

Transportation Options – 5 Minute Walk from Ruggles Orange Line Station and Northeastern University Green Line Station. Limited on-street parking on Columbus Avenue

Finally we would like you to join the Mass Tech Networking and AIMC Business Solutions groups/Business Pages on Linkedin and Facebook.

Overview of our speaker and presentation:

Philip Magnuszewski is setting a new standard for how to leverage and integrate cutting edge technologies into organizations. His commitment to helping businesses address the growing sophistication of cyberattacks is changing the way organizations handle Cybersecurity strategy and response. As COO at Infused Innovations, he’s an advocate for more holistic and integrated approaches to Cybersecurity – especially as they relate to emerging tech. Philip also runs Infused Innovations’ Innovation Accelerator, Serengeti Labs.

You’ve Been Breached, Now What? Building a Cybersecurity Response Plan

It happened again. Another employee clicked on an attached that contained malicious code, and now you’re scrambling to stay ahead of the bad guys. As much as we hate them, data breaches are getting more sophisticated and frequent. The good news is they don’t have to elicit
full-blown panic no matter how sensitive the pilfered data might be. There are usually some verysimple steps you can take to minimize your exposure to the potential threat. During this session, we’ll discuss what you can do to prepare and the actions you should take after you’ve been breached.