Thursday, September 17, 2015 at 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
We’ve all heard about the security breaches over the past couple of years that have resulted in the stealing of credit card and financial details, the exploitation of personal information, such as health records and Social Security numbers, and the crippling of entire IT infrastructures. As such, protecting critical assets has become a top-line concern for today’s businesses – and with cybersecurity risks impacting every type of organization, from SMBs to global enterprises, there is no time like the present to implement an effective and well-rounded security strategy.
At the upcoming Meet @ Markley event at noon on Thursday September 17, join Security Management Partners (SMP) to learn about how cybersecurity protocols, social engineering and security awareness can benefit your business and reduce potential impact on your systems.
Peter Bamber, V.P. of Information Security Services and Ed Greenberg, Senior Solutions Account Director at SMP will discuss how businesses can prepare and protect against today’s many cybersecurity risks, and will share real-world examples based on their experience responding to breaches across the health, banking, legal and corporate industries, including those that have resulted in ACH Fraud, embezzlement, Cryptolocker and intellectual property loss. The goal of cybersecurity is to protect data both in transit and at rest, and during this Meet @ Markley session, Peter and Ed will explore the different countermeasures that organizations can implement in order to ensure security and protection of critical assets.
Join us at Markley Group’s One Summer Street Thursday September 17 to learn how to protect your organization through real-world examples and preventative measures, because being unprepared without a plan can bring your company to a standstill.
Lunch will be provided. To reserve your seat today, RSVP here.