Cybersecurity has become an ongoing concern for middle-market companies, threatening their ability to grow and create jobs.
To address this issue, the bipartisan Congressional Caucus for Middle-Market Growth is hosting an educational briefing on Thursday, April 14 at the U.S. Capitol to discuss the impact of cyberthreats on midsize businesses and their investors.
The briefing, titled “Digitization, Cybersecurity and the Middle Market,” will feature a discussion among expert panelists about midsize companies’ online security, as well as the effect of tax and trade policies on their operations.
Included are panelists from Grant Thornton, RSM and Newport Board Group, in addition to ACG Global and the National Center for the Middle Market, which are partnering with the caucus for the event.
Caucus co-chairs Reps. Steve Stivers, R-Ohio; Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz.; Tom Rice, R-S.C.; and Jared Polis, D-Colo., will also be present.
The Congressional Caucus for Middle Market Growth is a bipartisan organization registered with the House Administration Committee; it includes members of the House of Representatives who work to educate colleagues and the public about the middle market’s impact on the U.S. economy.
The April 14 briefing is free and open to the public. For full details and to register, visit the event page.