Protecting the crown jewels: Securing your data Featured

6:53am EDT November 5, 2010

Information security-related risks to your business are on the rise and getting worse. The number and complexity of computer viruses, cyber attacks, theft, identity theft, vendor negligence and fraud continue to increase and no organization is immune.

 

For organizations, information is the crown jewels. From mailing lists to credit card payment records information is critical to the survival of the organization.

 

Join Smart Business at 11 a.m. on November 16th, for a special one-hour Webinar where you’ll learn why your company’s information and your identity are at risk, and more important, what you can do to prevent tragedy from striking. We'll also present a case study from the Friends of WLRN on how they plugged a leaky data valve.

 

Our speakers will be Jorge Rey, director of information security and compliance at Kaufman, Rossin & Co. and Jorge Perez-Alvarez of Friends of WLRN.

 

In this seminar, the speakers will discuss how you can proactively protect your organization’s jewels from a security breach. Among the topics we'll cover:

  • How to identify sensitive data, where data is, where you store it, and who has access to it.  
  • How to manage vendors, staff and protect your data.  

Rey has conducted more than 80 information security risk assessments for organizations in financial services, health care and technology industries. He is a recognized speaker on electronic records management and information technology compliance.

 

He will discuss how you can proactively protect your company while Perez-Alvarez will offer a case study on how his organization shut the leaky valve on its data and information. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to seal the leaks. Click here to register.