Seminar: How to Avoid a Cyber Attack and What to do WHEN it Happens to Your Business

It typically takes over 6 months to detect a hacker in your network – and by then, your company, customer, and employee data will have been compromised. Could your organization manage a cyber-breach, hack or employee mistake?  Do you know how to reduce your liability and protect your business for cyber security problems?

Cyber Risk is a concern for every business or institution that must manage the protection of sensitive and confidential client or employee information. As more and more data is digitized and organizations house client and employee information electronically, cybercrime and data breaches are becoming a bigger expense, larger risk – and more frequent

Join CCPA and our dynamic panel for a cyber-security and liability discussion to prepare and protect your business.

Anthony Mongeluzo, CEO & Technology Expert, PCS, LLC an IT service and support company that provides managed technology solutions for organizations in the Delaware Valley.
Theodore M. Schaer, Shareholder/ Co-Chair, Property and Casualty and Professional Liability Defense Department, Head of the Firm’s data breach response team. Zarwin, Baum, Devito, Kaplan, Schaer, Toddy, P.C., a full-service law firm with expertise in all forms of civil & commercial litigation, specializing in cyber liability.
Ken Pyle, Partner/Information Security & Forensic Consultant, DFDR Consulting, a firm specializing in Information Security, Computer Forensics, Enterprise Virtualization and Network Engineering
Michael D. Fields, CPCU, Risk Management Consultant and Commercial Insurance Broker, Delancey Risk Partners, a full-service commercial insurance brokerage specializing in insurance programs and cyber liability insurance for small to medium-sized businesses.

This seminar will focus on issues facing all businesses and organizations such as:

  • Review of data breaches and breach response
  • Best practices on data breach preparedness and response
  • Conducting a needs, risks and vulnerabilities assessment
  • Preventative actions, such as hiring changes, training, and personnel manual changes
  • Technology upgrades and defenses
  • Obtaining cyber liability insurance against cyber security risks
  • Obtaining professional advice and legal counsel

$15 for CCPA members, $20 for partners’ members, $30 for non-members.
Includes light breakfast. Space is limited. Reservations and pre-payment are required.

Hosted by:
Pyramid Club

Support for CCPA events has been provided by: Urban Affairs Coalition

Pyramid Club
1735 Market Street, 52nd Floor
Philadelphia PA 19103, US
Tue Sep 12 2017, 8:00am EDT
Tue Sep 12 2017, 10:00am EDT