Business Leadership Forum

Enterprise Bank’s Business Leadership Forum was created in 2021 as a resource for our business community members in the Merrimack Valley, North Central Massachusetts, and Southern New Hampshire. Centered on topics relevant to helping grow, protect, and simplify your businesses banking, these seminars are held quarterly and highlight many of the commercial banking capabilities that Enterprise Bank specializes in and can offer our business banking customers. Registration is always free and we look forward to welcoming you at a seminar in the near future.

Out of an abundance of caution, seminars are currently being held virtually. When it has been deemed safe to do so, we look forward to welcoming you in person.

Upcoming Seminar:

  • November 9: Cyber Protection: How to prevent, detect and mitigate your exposure to cyber enabled financial fraud

    Tuesday, November 9, 2021
    This is a Zoom webinar. Click here to register

    Business Email Compromise (BEC) & Ransomware incidents are increasing in frequency and sophistication leaving medium to small sized businesses vulnerable to bad actors due to limited resources.  Learn how these fraud schemes operate and develop protocols so you do not become a victim.   

    • Learn your organizations vulnerabilities and be prepared to persevere during an incident
    • Understand the roles of entities that may be involved during an incident (Communications, Legal, Insurance, Incident Response Firm, Law Enforcement)
    • How to mitigate the situation through a collaborative approach

    Presented by: Tim Benitez, US Secret Service, Resident Agent in Charge, New Hampshire and Vermont

    Tim Benitez has spent the past 22 years either protecting the nation’s financial critical infrastructure or assigned to the Presidential Protective Division. He currently serves as the supervisory special agent for NH and VT where he has developed and manages a team of cyber incident response investigators at the federal and local level that have been trained at the US Secret Service National Computer Forensic Institute.


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