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Case Study

How your business' social media could get hacked

Thursday 28 April 2022

Case study and testimonial from local small business, Doglato

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How one wrong click could cost you $20,000.

It was a message from a "close friend" begging for help that cost My Business Member and owner of Doglato, Oscar Vallejo, $20,000 out of pocket in 2019 after cybercriminals hacked his business.

Join Oscar (and his dog Ace) in the studio for a fireside chat with Phil Parisis, and learn how to make sure your business is not the next victim.

This session aims to help you understand: 

  • The top 5 things you can implement immediately to protect your business
  • How cybercriminals target social media accounts
  • The steps to undertake if you believe you've been attacked
Oscar Vallejo

Oscar Vallejo

Co-Founder | Doglato

Oscar is a passionate small business owner with a goal of delivering healthy gelato to dog owners for their furry friends. With a background in photography and digital marketing he has launched Doglato into many pet food suppliers like Petstock, PetO and IGA.

Phil Parisis

Phil Parisis

General Manager Product | My Business

A creative and results-driven professional, Phil has a genuine passion for harnessing the latest technology to build solutions that meet the needs of Australian businesses via the development, management and maintenance of innovative strategic processes.

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