Wednesday, March 13, 2019
1-2 pm CST / 2-3 pm EST / 11am-12pm PST
Is cybersecurity a growing concern for your organization? Of course it is. After all, every year hackers become more innovative, yet customer expectations for security increase. A security breach can have significant impacts on a company’s brand, resulting in the loss of customers and revenue. So get ahead of the game. Create a culture of security, and reduce your risk of a security breach.
During this webinar, participants will learn how to:
- Develop a top-down culture of security, dedicated to protecting organizational and customer data and systems.
- Promote a cultural shift in order to prevent and respond effectively to potential hackers.
- Use practical tips to strengthen existing company security practices.
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As Director of Technology Operations and Offerings at One North, Ethel is responsible for the management and execution of leading digital technology solutions and product management, continuously identifying new strategic technology opportunities for One North and its clients. Ethel is also responsible for the oversight and management of technology operations, IT, enterprise security, risk management, data protection and privacy compliance. In her more than 12-year tenure, she has led complex, user-centric and digital initiatives for a portfolio of global clients.
As an IT Partner at Plante Moran, Joe specializes in advising businesses on IT security, audit, and technology so that they can stay on the cutting edge of industry regulations, trends, and security best practices. Joe has more than twenty years of experience and serves clients in areas of web application security, security risk assessments, IT audits, SOC reviews, security governance, global/local network security projects, PCI, IT strategic planning, business continuity and disaster recovery management, and web application penetration testing. He works in industries ranging from financial institutions, health-care, and insurance to manufacturing, higher education, and government.