Seminar: Protecting Your Firm's Data and Security

June 20, 2019
12:00 PM - 3:30 PM
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Sheraton Hartford South Hotel
100 Capital Blvd.
Rocky Hill, CT 06067
http://www.sheratonhartfordsouth.com/
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Every company, whether big or small, has an obligation to protect its data and keep its clients, customers and employees safe from security threats.  In this seminar, ADNET Technologies will walk you through how to best protect your company.  This program is geared for management professionals, regardless of whether or not you oversee technology at your firm or company.

Part I:  Best Practices for Protecting Critical Data and Determining Compliance Needs
Protecting client information and keeping it private is more important now than ever. The threats to this data evolve every day. Reputations are on the line as organizations work to understand what critical data they have and if it is adequately protected. People and process matter just as much as technology. The key is to identify and implement a best practice approach that fits your organization. Let’s discuss how to make this happen…

  • What is critical data?
  • Best practices for critical data in all forms (paper, electronic, verbal)
  • Conducting data discovery
  • Identifying compliance requirements
  • Where to begin?
  • Gap and Risk Assessments
  • Third party compliance expectations and best practices
  • Why does this matter?
  • What happens if there is a possible data breach? Best practice steps to incident response


Part II:  Everyday Security Risks and Attack Prevention Tips
Microsoft Office 365 has unparalleled abilities to help people collaborate and connect, but it’s also something hackers can easily exploit given the right circumstances. By virtue of how many companies are using O365, it’s a giant target for cybercriminals looking for a way in. The attacks we’re seeing affecting O365 can range from flat-out blackmail to stealing credentials and using them to gain further access, or sending out fake emails from legitimate addresses for more widespread intrusion. In this session, Tim Weber will present tips for attack prevention and best practices, as well as strategies to keep your organization safe by using a combination of the suite’s built in tools, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and Security Awareness Training.

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$0.00 Business Partner Ticket