Cyber Liability - Strategies & Tactics for Risk Management and Finance Professionals
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (PDT)
Hays Companies is proudly kicking off its Property and Casualty Seminar Series on Wednesday, September 10th featuring strategies and tactics for risk management and finance professionals. The three seminars are: Cyber Liability, Worker’s Compensation Analytics and Claim Mitigation. These aren’t your ordinary insurance seminars. We will be bringing in captivating speakers talking about current events in the risk management marketplace and you will walk away with new perspectives and fresh applicable ideas for your organization.
During Hays Companies September 10th Cyber Liability Seminar, Mr. Jim Stickley will present “Confessions of an Identity Thief.” Mr. Stickley has gained access to billions of dollars over the past 20 years. He has robbed over 1,000 financial institutions, broken into government facilities, and hacked his way into hundreds of networks.
Fortunately for all of these victims, Stickley is not a criminal. He is a cyber-security expert who is hired to perform cyber attacks and find the holes in security before real criminals do.
In this seminar, Stickley will expose crucial information about how cyber criminals gain access to your confidential information using social engineering. He will walk you through the mind of these criminals and explain how you can better protect your customers, employees, and company from these threats.
He has been a consultant for network stations FOXNEWS, CBS, NBC and the Associated Press. He has been featured in numerous publications, including Time Magazine, Business Week,Fortune Magazine, and the New York Times. And he has been showcased on numerous television shows including: NBC’s “Nightly News,” CNN’s “News Night,” CNBC’s “The Big Idea,” Anderson Cooper’s “Anderson” and is a frequent guest of NBC’s “Today Show.”
No matter if you are a technical genius, computer neophyte, or anywhere in between, do your company and customers a favor and attend this seminar. Learn how to avoid cyber identity theft and help keep your business flourishing for the future.
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