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58% of cybercrime targets small businesses…don’t be the next statistic!


Join us for an in-person workshop where you will learn how to better protect your small business from cyber criminals! Click on the picture below to register and read all the details.

GCA's In-Person Work for Small Businesses

58% of cybercrime targets small businesses…don’t be the next statistic!


Join us for an in-person workshop where you will learn how to better protect your small business from cyber criminals! Click on the picture below to register and read all the details.

GCA Small Business Workshop in the United Kingdom

CyberScoop‘s Editor-in-Chief, Greg Otto, got the chance to talk with Phil Reitinger, President & CEO of GCA, at RSAConference 2019, where GCA was the nonprofit sponsor for the third year.

The topic of conversation was all about the GCA Cybersecurity Toolkit for Small Business, and of course, Reitinger was more than happy to discuss the “cookbook” for basic cyber hygiene that small businesses should take advantage of.

You can watch the full interview below!

Lagos State Ministry of Justice introduced today the GCA Cybersecurity Toolkit for Small Business in an effort to reduce cybercrime in Lagos State


Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice Lagos State, Mr. Adeniji Kazeem, spoke on the toolkit stating, “The major driving force for the deployment of the cyber security toolkit for small businesses in Lagos State is its apparent potential to reduce cybercrime which in-turn has a significant impact on our collective gains as a Ministry that focuses on creating a crime free society.’’

Cyber security is both domestically and internationally needed. Lagos State Ministry of Justice has partnered with GCA to help prevent against cyber attacks.

Cheddar interview

Craigslist founder, Craig Newmark, and GCA’s CEO and President, Phil Reitinger, sat down with Cheddar today to discuss the new toolkit GCA is in the midst of developing ahead of the 2020 Presidential Election.

Newmark has donated more than $1 million to GCA to help develop the tools necessary to keep journalists and the election process safe. Moreover, Reitinger expresses his concerns regarding the 2020 election, stating there are “still a lot of holes” in the election process for hackers to take advantage of.

To watch the full interview, click below.