Webinar - 2020 Cybersecurity Outlook

Overview

Wednesday, Apr 29, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:00am CDT

 

Join us for our annual cybersecurity update where experts will share the leading threats you need to be aware of to keep your clients, your firm, and yourselves protected.

In this session, we'll cover:

  • Personal security concerns including webcam extortion, identity theft, and constantly expanding Internet of Things (IOT)
  • Office security concerns such as multifactor authentication weaknesses, email account takeover, and vendor compromises
  • Current threats affecting any client, employee, or office, including recent social engineering and ransomware angles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

***Attendees of this webinar are eligible to receive one hour of CPE credit upon completion of participation requirements.***

  • Speaker(s)

Joe Oleksak, Partner, CISSP, CRISC, QSA, Plante Moran

Joe specializes in advising businesses on IT security, audit, and technology so that they can stay on the cutting edge of industry regulations, trends, and security best practices. When clients’ IT security needs are met, they’re free to focus on their products, operations, and business goals. Joe serves clients in areas of web application security, security risk assessments, IT audits, SOC reviews, security governance, global/local network security projects, PCI, IT strategic planning, business continuity and disaster recovery management, and web application penetration testing. He works in industries ranging from financial institutions, health-care, and insurance to manufacturing, higher education, and government.

 

Patrick Flanigan, Manager, CISSP, CEH, Plante Moran

Patrick Moran has more than five years of information security, control and IT audit experience in a number of industries, including family offices, financial institutions, healthcare, and payment card industry. His experience includes: IT security audits, attack & penetration assessments, vulnerability assessments, social engineering assessments, wireless security, cybersecurity, and mobile device security reviews. Additionally, Patrick has worked on evaluating and documenting internal controls which include testing and reporting on the IT processes and testing the design and effectiveness of IT security related controls.

Patrick holds the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEHv9) certification, and he is currently a member of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA).