At the Watercooler … Kalamazoo people are talking

The Kalamazoo Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety and others are working to put together a seminar on ways for businesses to protect themselves and their customers from cyber crime.

The event is scheduled for noon to 1:30 p.m. March 5 at the Creekside Business Center, 8175 Creekside Drive in Portage. It is to be led by Larry Deniston, of CMIT Solutions of Southwest Michigan, a Portage-based company that provides information technology monitoring and management services.

The seminar is expected to provide business owners with steps they can take to safeguard themselves, their customers and their clients from cyber hackers and others. The cost to attend the luncheon event is $25 per person, More information is available at


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