Find out what you can do to prevent attacks and what you should do if you've been hit -- Come to the March 19th* Business Intel Breakfast
If you think building firewalls is enough to protect business data, financial information, and intellectual property from cyber attacks, think again. The fact is, cyber attacks are more sophisticated and more frequent than ever. Cyber-goons want access to your data, financial information, research, business plans, and more, and they’re becoming more and more proficient at it. So, now more than ever, it is vital to find out how to protect yourself and your business. To update you on the latest methods used by cyber thugs, and to help you mitigate your...
...organization’s risk, the Westchester County Association presents as part of its Business Intel Series a breakfast: Cyber Security, Protecting Your Business From Cyber Attacks, on Thursday, March 19, 2015 from 7:30 to 10 a.m., at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, 66 Hale Avenue, White Plains, New York.
David Stender, former Associate Chief Information Officer for Cybersecurity and Chief Information Security Officer for the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, will deliver the keynote address then lead the conversation with an all-star panel of experts including:
Miranda Alfonso-Williams,CIPM, CIPT, CIPP, CISM, Data Privacy & Cyber Privacy Security Specialist, Speaker & Trainer, WAM Management Consulting Group;
Dr. Daren Hayes, Director of Cybersecurity and Assistant Professor, Seidenberg School of CSIS, Pace University;
Sean Murray, Senior Specialist for Professionals Liability, Media & Cyber, Chubb.
Cyber Security is open to the public and WCA members. Cost: $50/member; $75/future members. 7:30 a.m. Registration and breakfast; 8 a.m. Keynote speech followed by the panel discussion. Click here to register!
Cyber Security is sponsored by M & T Bank, Meridian Risk Management, and Tompkins Mahopac Bank.
"In 2015, our pledge is to connect you to top subject matter experts, and to be your source for the best business intelligence in the region," says Marissa Brett, president of the Westchester County Association.