Darien Chamber of Commerce to offer cybersecurity talk

The Darien Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the fourth annual Best Practices Business Panel Discussion on Wednesday, May 16, in the Darien Library’s community room.

This year’s topic will be “Cybersecurity: Don’t be a victim.” The DCC has pulled together experts from banking, technology, legal and insurance to be on the panel. The discussion will be moderated by Jack Horner of Merrill Lynch, DCC chairman of the board. The panelists are: Mark Rosenbloom, vice president and manager of Cash Management Systems, First County Bank; Gary Feldman, founder of U.S. Computer Connection; Sherwin Yoder, partner with Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey, LLP; Mark Schulz, vice president at CyberProtection Package Program and Victor O. Schinnerer & Co.

The event is free to the public. The discussion is Q&A format. Attendees are asked to arrive between 5:15 and 5:35 p.m. to submit questions; the discussion will begin at 5:45 and last until about 6:30. The panelists will be available after and there will be time for networking. Whether for personal or business protection, this is event will provide attendees with valuable information to protect their information, investments, and business. Extra library parking is available on Thorndal Circle.

For more information, go to darienctchamber.com.