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This episode is a recording from the Business Information Group“BIG U 2018: Security Awareness” Conference. This recording is from the third of three sessions specifically addressing the construction industry. The presentation is titled: “How to Mitigate a Cyber Attack” and was presented by Charles Getty from BIG. You can download the slides used during this presentation here.

BIG University was held on May 24, 2018 at York College of Pennsylvania in York, PA. Business owners and IT professionals alike learned about the latest cybersecurity threats facing local businesses – and what can be done about them. Attendees enjoyed a keynote from Frank Abagnale, a renowned cybersecurity and fraud prevention expert, as well as bestselling author & subject of Catch Me If You Can. Frank recounted his experiences in committing and then preventing fraud, and how technology makes it easier for fraud to be committed.

Business Information Group is a leading IT consulting firm based in York, Pennsylvania. BIG supports clients through network design & implementation, software consulting, wireless communication, and managed IT services.

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This episode is a recording from the Business Information Group“BIG U 2018: Security Awareness” Conference. This recording is from the second of three sessions specifically addressing the construction industry. The presentation is titled: “Protecting Your Information in the Field” and was presented by Patrick Rumbaugh from BIG. You can download the slides used during this presentation here.

BIG University was held on May 24, 2018 at York College of Pennsylvania in York, PA. Business owners and IT professionals alike learned about the latest cybersecurity threats facing local businesses – and what can be done about them. Attendees enjoyed a keynote from Frank Abagnale, a renowned cybersecurity and fraud prevention expert, as well as bestselling author & subject of Catch Me If You Can. Frank recounted his experiences in committing and then preventing fraud, and how technology makes it easier for fraud to be committed.

Business Information Group is a leading IT consulting firm based in York, Pennsylvania. BIG supports clients through network design & implementation, software consulting, wireless communication, and managed IT services.

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This episode is a recording from the Business Information Group“BIG U 2018: Security Awareness” Conference. This recording is from the first of three sessions specifically addressing the construction industry. The presentation is titled: “Office, Team an Field” and was presented by Matt Redlund from Viewpoint. You can download the slides used during this presentation here.

BIG University was held on May 24, 2018 at York College of Pennsylvania in York, PA. Business owners and IT professionals alike learned about the latest cybersecurity threats facing local businesses – and what can be done about them. Attendees enjoyed a keynote from Frank Abagnale, a renowned cybersecurity and fraud prevention expert, as well as bestselling author & subject of Catch Me If You Can. Frank recounted his experiences in committing and then preventing fraud, and how technology makes it easier for fraud to be committed.

Business Information Group is a leading IT consulting firm based in York, Pennsylvania. BIG supports clients through network design & implementation, software consulting, wireless communication, and managed IT services.

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Episode #76 of the Maryland Construction Network Podcast is a recording from May 2, 2018. This was a presentation given by Stephen Ball, CPA, CVA, CCIFP from Gross Mendelsohn CPA’s & Advisors, featuring the results gathered from the 2018 Maryland Construction Industry Survey. Steve is a partner in the accounting firm Gross Mendelsohn, located in Baltimore, MD and Director of their Construction Group.

The material presented is the result of an industry survey developed by Gross Mendelsohn during the spring of 2018 and distributed to construction professionals throughout Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic region through Maryland Construction Network.

Get the data from nearly 200 Maryland Construction Contractors HERE!

Part of maintaining and growing a strong, profitable construction business means knowing where you stand in relation to other local firms. This executive summary includes the overall responses received in our 2018 survey of Maryland construction contractors. You’ll get data and insights on hot-button topics like:

  • Are Maryland construction contractors more or less optimistic for 2018 than they were for 2017?
  • What are contractors’ top business concerns?
  • Why do construction companies lose good employees?
  • Why does giving regular employee feedback matter?
  • What do other contractors do to recruit younger generations to the construction industry?

A .pdf version of the slideshow is available here.

Please follow this link to download the Executive Summary of the survey from Gross Mendelsohn’s website.

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OSHA Focus 4 – Struck By Safety – Toolbox Talk #6 – Head Protection

Struck By Safety—Toolbox Talk #6 For more information about the Focus 4 Campaign and to access to all the toolbox talks in English and/or Spanish, click here. Head Protection The hard hat is one of the oldest, most widely used, and most important pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) on the job. However, the hard […]

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OSHA Focus 4 – Struck By Safety – Toolbox Talk #5 – Working Safely Around and/or Securing Loads

Struck By Safety—Toolbox Talk #5 For more information about the Focus 4 Campaign and to access to all the toolbox talks in English and/or Spanish, click here. Working Safely Around and/or Securing Loads What are the hazards of working around (suspended or moving) loads? Loads releasing onto workers from trucks or storage areas, materials dropped […]

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