Networks - Data Security/Technology

2015 FOX Fall Forum

Finding ways to keep all family members interested and involved in family matters is a key objective of most family offices. This year’s FOX Fall Forum provides a broad array of new ideas and skills to enrich the delivery of service and strengthen the family client experience.
Kobre & Kim LLP
Thursday, July 2, 2015

In response to an ever-growing number of malicious and costly cyber-attacks on U.S. companies, both the Cybersecurity Unit of the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the U.S.

Steven J. Ryder, President, True North Networks LLC
Tuesday, June 23, 2015

With an estimated 82,000 variations of viruses and malware released every day by hackers, how can you keep your client data secure?

Manuel Rivera, Associate and Doug Wiescinski, Partner – Plante Moran
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Selecting the appropriate accounting software is one of the most challenging IT decisions for a firm.

Cybersecurity Basics in the Family Office

May 07 2015 - Anonymous

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How the Cloud has Transformed Technology in the Family Office

Mar 20 2015 - Anonymous

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Overview

The FOX Financial Executives Forum is the premier event for critical family office updates and best practices. It’s the place to stay sharp and ensure that you are providing your family clients highest-quality service and advice. 
 
Join your peers July 21-22 in Chicago for an in-depth look at tax and estate laws, financial reporting, technology solutions, human capital, and family office best practices. 
 
 
PwC Private Company Services
Friday, November 21, 2014

Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting midmarket companies and startups in hopes of easy access. The cost to a business can be high, ranging from financial loss to reputational damage. With heightened awareness, private companies can fight back.

Plante Moran
Monday, October 20, 2014

Information security in the family office context needs to a collaborative effort between the family, the office, and any intertwined vendors.

Pitcairn
Monday, October 20, 2014

One of the things we’ve learned is that a family contract can be a valuable tool to help families build trust and avoid conflicts. We’ve also found that for a contract to work well, everyone who signs the contract should have a say in how the contract is written.