Join Ariento CEO Chris Rose as he discusses the ethical dilemmas of data breach. It's almost every day we read about a new cyber hack or data breach in the news. While the big companies are getting all the cyber press, the greatest impact is on small businesses. According to Symantec, 62% of all breaches in 2015 were of small and medium businesses, and 60% of those breached went out of business within 6 months. This training takes a look at real life examples, and the decision points that came with a suspected data breach. The case study approach illustrates the often overlooked ethical considerations in evaluating and managing cyber security risk and the potential implications for CPA firms and their clients.
Field of Interest:
CPAs and other professional staff
CPE Credits :
Learn the steps to take after a cyber security incident (and possible data breach) has occurred.
Gain perspective as to what is really going on with small businesses and cyber security.
Required steps to follow in CA when a data breach does occur.
Real life case studies related to small firms and data breaches.
Biggest risks facing small firms when it comes to IT and cyber security.
Understand if you hacked, do your IT folks know how to respond?
Learn what you can/should be doing to yourself and your business?
Registration opens at 7:30 am.
Fees: $25/member, $65/nonmember.
Add $5 for same day and at door registration.
Parking is free.
Address: Spitfire Grill, 3300 Airport Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90405.