In March of this year, Jackson County, a rural area of Georgia located about 60 miles from Atlanta, paid $400,000 to regain access to systems and data locked down in a recent ransomware campaign. This is just one example of the type of attacks happening in our own state. Yet despite the adoption of new and innovative technologies for protecting data, hackers’ techniques keep evolving and adapting. From banks to education government networks, no one seems safe from attack these days.
There has always been an unbalanced ratio between male and female run businesses, but things are changing. Come listen, learn, and participate in a lively discussion with female entrepreneurial leaders who have taken the leap, and have learned to leverage resources and thrive in the entrepreneurial start-up ecosystem.
Solving problems for customers when they need it most
That moment when you realize your water heater is broken, or you need that perfect Ethiopian restaurant to entertain clients tonight?
How do you serve the right message to your customer in the right time and place?
About the Forum
The Wireless Technology Forum is dedicated to the fast-paced and rapidly evolving wireless and mobile industry. The association is a platform for industry professionals to learn about the business of emerging wireless and mobile technologies, network with other like-minded professionals, and apply these technologies to their existing business or creation of new business.
Women in Wireless
The mission of Women in Wireless is to connect, inspire, and empower women thought leaders in the wireless industry. This includes all innovative technology fields such as, but not limited to IoT, Mobile, AR/VR, Smart Cities, CyberSecurity, Heathcare, FinTech, Retail Tech, Big Data, Wearables, Video and Digital Media.