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Webinar
Date:
Tuesday, May 6, 2014; 10-11 a.m. EDT
No one can predict when confidential information like customer data and organizational intelligence will be compromised and to what extent, which is why organizations continue to identify cyber security as a top challenge.

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In an ideal world, you’d know if your organization had been targeted for a cyber-attack, the way the attack would occur, and the associated risks. The reality is that new technologies lead to both evolved and new threats — all becoming increasingly hostile. The myriad of virtual connecting points allows for greater vulnerabilities. No one can predict when confidential information like customer data and organizational intelligence will be compromised and to what extent, which is why organizations continue to identify cyber security as a top challenge.

Learning objectives

At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Identify emerging threats and identify risks
  • Determine potential risk level
  • Develop or improve a defensive strategy
  • Articulate best practices on ensuring organization-wide adoption

Presenters

  • Raj Patel, Partner, Plante Moran's Information Security Team
  • Christa LaBrosse, Senior Manager, Plante Moran's Assurance Team
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