Cyber Crime – Why Your Security May Not Be Enough
As the shift to storing information in the cloud continues to grow, it is critical that companies take precautionary steps to avoid unauthorized access to employee information. On a daily basis, we hear about companies hit by varying degrees of cyber-attacks. While not every breach can be prevented, there are steps you can and should be taking to minimize your risk and your level of loss and exposure if an attack occurs.
In this on-demand presentation, we’ll take the unique approach of hearing from experts in the HR, ERISA, and IT areas as they share cybersecurity best practices for protecting the confidential personnel data that is stored by every company.
Attendees will learn:
- The specific actionable steps that must be taken when a breach occurs with employee information
- The importance of a response plan – the quicker you respond, the better
- Policies and procedures to prevent and minimize breaches
- System of accountability to monitor compliance
- Best practices for employees to ensure no exposure is taking place
Webinar: Cyber Crime – Why Your Security May Not Be Enough*Credits are not offered for on-demand presentations.
About the Presenters
Nikki Hoffman, CPA
Director, AEC Group
With full oversight of our ERISA engagements, Nikki ensures that clients are compliant with Department of Labor requirements. She has a deep working knowledge of plans ranging from 100 to over 10,000 participants and plan assets up to $500 million including 401(k) 403(b), defined benefit, ESOP, health and welfare plans, as well as Form 5500’s. Under her leadership, our firm passed a DOL review of its audit workpapers reflecting a commitment to providing quality service.
Kristi Weierbach, Ph.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Managing Director, Workforce Advisory Services
Kristi focuses her extensive expertise on helping clients design a workforce that is not only prepared for the future, but one that leverages disruption to thrive and succeed. Weaving together a unique blend of anticipatory tools and insights with practical solutions, Kristi provides clients with an organizational architecture that empowers them for the NextGen.
Phil leads the Stambaugh Ness TechSolutions team, providing technology consulting and implementation to over 800 clients including the architecture and engineering, not-for-profit, governmental, and health care industries. Working closely with clients, Phil develops innovative solutions designed to contribute to the company’s overall growth and profitability.
Always thinking strategically, Phil frequently performs client technology process assessments to gain a full understanding of not only their current needs, but where they want to be in the future.
Phil manages and deploys technology initiatives for clients via ERP, EDI, and CRM, as well as developing and managing all aspects of their technological infrastructure, technology inventory, and staff. His years of experience also includes performing IT security audits, intrusion/penetration testing, and long-term strategic planning.