SBANE Presents “When Is Too Much Too Much?”



WALTHAM, MA – The Smaller Business Association of New England () is hosting their monthly Rhode Island Breakfast Series event on Wednesday, June 10, 2015, titled When Is Too Much Too Much? with Frank Motta as the featured speaker. The event will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, in Warwick, RI from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM.

 Frank Motta, Executive Vice President of CAI Managed IT, joins SBANE for a discussion on IT security, with a focus on cost-effective solutions to minimize and prevent cyber-attacks. With Motta’s extensive experience in IT infrastructure management, strategic direction, and customer relations, Motta’s insight can prove beneficial to smaller sized businesses who do not tend to have an in-house IT division or CIO, which leaves those buinesses at the risk of becoming “soft targets” by cyber criminals.

 To attend this event, register at, under “Upcoming Events: Rhode Island Breakfast Series.” A breakfast buffet is included. When Is Too Much Too Much? is sponsored by Rhode Island College ( and Yarlas, Kaplan, Santilli & Moran, Ltd.  (

About SBANE:

SBANE (the Smaller Business Association of New England) is a non-profit organization founded in 1938, with approximately 600 smaller business members, located throughout New England. SBANE provides members with the opportunity to join proactive committees which promote/support legislation, facilitate business partnerships, and coordinate programs all in the interest of smaller businesses. Learn more about SBANE, and other programs offered, at Follow SBANE on Twitter and Instagram @SBANENewEngland.


For More Information Contact:

Katie Mudarri

Events Coordinator

781.890.9070 x221


For SBANE Membership Information Contact:

Monica Ataie

Member Relations Coordinator

781.890.9070 x226

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