Florida Chapter of CFA: Cybersecurity in 2016

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Description
In this Cybersecurity conference, we will discuss the reputational, financial, operational and compliance impact of cyber-attacks. We will discuss the following topics:

  • NCSA study showing that small companies could go out of business in half a year after a security breach
  • Verizon's data breach report presenting $400MM in financial loss for 2015
  • How compliance with PCI, FISMA, GLBA, HIPPA and SOX could be significantly affected in an environment with no cybersecurity
  • Techniques black hat hackers use to gain access to enterprise information resources
  • How to reduce that risk with frameworks like COSO, COBIT and NIST
Security Assessment Questionnaire
  1. Have you received a formal security training in the last year?
  2. Are there formal security P&P and are they known by employees?
  3. Is there an incident response plan that has been tested?
  4. Is there a formal risk assessment (with Board involved) that considers cyberattacks?
  5. If dealing with Payment Card transactions OR the company is public, has a Vulnerability Assessment or Pentest been performed during the last year?

If your answer to any of the questions was NO, then it is time to have a serious conversation about your security environment.

Speaker

Jose Antigua, Senior Manager, IT Risk Assurance Services
jose.antigua@marcumllp.com
954.320.8054


Time and Location

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    January 19, 2016

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    11:30 AM - 2:00 PM

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    Las Olas Centre
    450 E. Las Olas Blvd.
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301



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