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data and cyber security seminar

improve your data security

Recorded on June 8, 2016
Duration: 1.5 hours

Data breach revelations are common place in news headlines and social media today. The development of new and expanded breach notification laws ensures the public will encounter breach disclosures frequently in the future. To understand why these breaches have become a societal norm there must be an awareness of the fundamental factor, in particular the human contribution.

Learning Objectives:

  •  Learn about what social engineering is
  •  Hear how hackers can coerce and deceive you
  •  Improve your information security posture

Minneapolis Marriott West
9960 Wayzata Boulevard
Minneapolis, MN 55426


Alex Ricardo, Breach Response, Technology Media & Business, Beazley
John Harmon, Vice President of Services, FRSecure
Dan Hanson, Senior Vice President, Operations, Marsh & McLennan Agency
Gloria McDonnell, Partner, Tax Operations Director, Redpath and Company

This is a free seminar brought to you by Marsh & McLennan Agency. If you have any questions about any of our events, contact Toby Hoskins.

CPE Credits
This session has been submitted for 2.5 general certification credit hours.
Program Level - Basic; No prerequisites or advanced preparation required
Delivery Method: this presentation will be live and given to a group audience.

Refund Policy
This training is provided at no cost, and participating individuals may earn up to 2.5 credits in Management Advisory Services.

For more information regarding compliant and/or cancellation policies, please contact our office at 763-548-8896

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