Cybersecurity is a topic commonly in the headlines and at the forefront of conversations for executives across the world. The frequency, scale and cost of cybersecurity incidents has increased exponentially. As a result, protecting your company from potential security threats and managing the risks needs to be a top priority for businesses in 2016.
Join Jeff Ziplow, from BlumShapiro Consulting, and Tim Ronan, from Pullman & Comley, as they discuss cybersecurity and how to protect your business from potential threats.
Date: Wednesday, February 10, 2016
In this webinar you will learn about:
- Types of threats facing companies
- How to determine if your company is protected
- Assessment tools to determine if you have been breached
- Methods for protecting your company from a cyber-attack
- Resources that can help remediate a breach
- Properly insuring your company to help reduce costly “Cyber-based” expenses
Register now to get our best practices for protecting your business from cybersecurity threats.
Jeffrey Ziplow, MBA, CISA, CGEIT
As a partner in BlumShapiro’s consulting group based in West Hartford, Jeff is responsible for the firm’s Risk Management and Process/Controls practices areas. He has significant experience working with organizations to assess their internal IT controls as they relate to business operations and helps to develop recommendations to mitigate risk.
Jeff has participated on a number of cybersecurity risk assessments and has provided insight and guidance on develop better security practices. In addition, Jeff has worked on a number of Process and Control related projects to enhance operational efficiencies and provide tangible control recommendations.
During the past several years, Jeff has been actively involved in providing cybersecurity and risk assessments to not-for-profit, private and public companies. Jeff also works with Connecticut’s Office of the Attorney General to provide guidance/support on cybersecurity matters.
Timothy G. Ronan, Esq.
Timothy G. Ronan practices in the areas of complex commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution at Pullman & Comley and chairs the firm's Cybersecurity and Privacy practice.
Tim has represented clients in the federal and state courts and in domestic and international arbitrations on a wide variety of business issues including disputes arising in connection with the merger, acquisition, sale or purchase of business entities, contract disputes, securities, trade secret and unfair trade practice claims, privacy and cyber tort matters, technology and software disputes, partnership and shareholder disputes, corporate governance, and employment disputes. He also has extensive experience with matters involving product liability litigation, insurance coverage disputes and contested land use and real estate matters. Tim has chaired the firm’s Technology Committee for the past 10 years.