For CEOs, CFOs, controllers, finance managers, and board members of community foundations
Hackers have learned to profit from their activities. While breaches at large companies like Target, Home Depot and Sony dominate the news this threat is significant for the small business as well. Virtually every industry segment is affected; indeed, any business that stores personal financial information on the network or conducts online cash management is a potential target. Payment fraud targeting wire transfers, automatic clearing house payments, and credit cards is increasing at an alarming rate. Historically, hacking has been a high risk issue only for banks, but attackers are now targeting all businesses in an effort to access bank funds via online payment methods.
This webinar will describe the threat landscape, discuss regulatory efforts to address the threat, and provide insight on how business leaders can effectively address this emerging threat.
- What is cyber crime?
- Payment fraud trends and tactics hackers are using
- How and why hackers are targeting you
- Overview of recent cyber crime litigation issues
- Common information security weaknesses
- Solutions to help minimize risk
Mark A. Eich, CPA, CISA
Mark is Principal in charge of the Information Security Services Group at CliftonLarsonAllen. He has over 27 years’ experience in auditing and technology consulting. In this position, he has actively led many IT audits and security assessments for clients in a range of industries and with a diversity of operating environments. He leads a team of technology and industry specialists in an efficient approach to provide security analyses that are balanced with business needs.
Registration deadline is Wednesday, April 6, 2016 at 5:00 pm.
Members of the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy ($50)
Contact Belinda Scholl at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-630-5200, ext. 129.
The Tri-State Community Foundation Webinar Series is a new program offering made possible through an agreement between Indiana Philanthropy Alliance, The Council of Michigan Foundations and Philanthropy Ohio. The webinars are designed for (but not exclusive to) community foundations.