Presents a Unique and

Comprehensive Event on

Cyber Security




how do we prevent data breach?

Data breaches are getting bigger, hackers are getting savvier, and the amount of compromised data is unfortunately on the rise. A quick look at data breach trends shows that hackers are mostly motivated by money to acquire data and that personal information is a highly valued type of data to compromise. It’s also apparent that companies are still not prepared enough for breaches even though they are becoming more commonplace.

In fact, studies find that companies still keep thousands of files unprotected and open for anyone inside the company to access.

We hear terms like Ransomware, Cybersecurity and Data Breach almost on a daily basis. As a result these terms have become white noise for many of us, which is why Lehigh Valley Technology Company is presenting a very different and unique security awareness event.

what to expect

(Aside from a World Class Lunch Provided by Factory Chef's)

We have assembled presenters that will discuss:

  • The current threat landscape.

  • What should and should not be in your employee manual as far as employee responsibility as well as what you should do if an employee willingly or unwillingly introduces a security breach into your network.

  • The best systems to properly protect your business, employees, clients/customers, and other stakeholders.

  • The best ways to manage a crisis if your business experiences Data Breach. We will discuss ways to minimize damage to your business reputation, employee and client/customer privacy, as well as your standing in the community.


(There will also be time for Q & A.  We encourage you to RSVP today as seating is limited.)

this years lineup will feature:

Wendy Saltzman

Media and Crisis Management Expert

Wendy Saltzman is a three-time Emmy Award Winning Journalist. She was in the television news business for 23 years. Most recently she was a TV News Reporter at Philadelphia's powerhouse station, 6abc, where she was recruited to start up their Investigative team back in 2012.   


Wendy launched her own media conglomerate to coach high level corporate management, television stations, and individuals to prepare them for on and off camera interviews and public speaking opportunities. In today's video focused environment, media training is critical for both seasoned communicators and those wishing to boost their media presence. 

The difference in working with Philly Power Media is that Wendy is a journalist, who utilizes her inside knowledge of how the news works to help you succeed in interviews or crisis situations.

what to expect

(Aside from a World Class Lunch Provided by Factory Chef's)