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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Business Matchmaking is hosting an event to help small business owners keep money in their pockets. 

Happening later this morning some 60 small business owners will be able to get up to speed on new trends in cyber crime.  The free event is happening from 10 a.m. to noon at the U of A Student Union. 

Participants will learn how to protect their business and customers from a cyber attack. 

On hand during the event will be a panel of cybercrime experts from Tucson Police, a U of A professor and a representative from Business Matchmaking to answer questions from participants.

The event kicks off today at 10 a.m., lasting until noon and there are still spots available.  Small business owners interested in attending can still register at the door.

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