Cyber Security Seminar
How to Prevent, Diagnose and Protect Your Company From Fraud
May 22, 2018
8:30 AM –11:30 AM
Presentation and an interactive panel discussion
Includes breakfast and networking
Verve Crowne Plaza Hotel
1360 Worcester Street
Natick, MA 01760
Join us for a one-of-a-kind cybersecurity seminar tailored specifically for the family business community.
Brought to you by the Family Business Association of Massachusetts and Webster Bank, explore revolutionary ways to identify and protect your company from fraud. In addition to a presentation, attendees will have the opportunity to engage with an interactive panel to discuss cyber liability, identifying different types of fraud, internal controls, mitigating risk, and more. Ideal for all business owners, senior managers, and IT professionals – join us on May 22nd at the Verve Crowne Plaza in Natick, MA. Includes breakfast and networking opportunities.
There is no cost to attend the seminar!
“CIO’s accepted that being hacked was a given. The question is how to react to it.”
Reported at the annual meeting of the WSJ CIO Network
What will a breach and cyber fraud cost your business? There is more to the puzzle than virus protection and firewalls. You need to be prepared with detailed written plans for financial loses and recovery, the effects to your credit and borrowing ability, communicating with your customers, communicating with your suppliers and partners, related insurance coverage, protecting yourself from legal liabilities, and so much more.
You can’t download McAfee and call it a day.
Beyond the technology costs and possible ransom payments to get your data back, you can expect legal fees, accounting expenses, a disruption to the business with loss of productivity, and possible damage to your reputational.
Come to the FBAs comprehensive business cyber security seminar, and make sure you are safeguarding your business.
Included at the seminar will be:
- Fraud Awareness – What Every Smart Business Should Know
- Types of fraud and statistics on cybersecurity risk
- Internal control perspective, the total risk assessment
- The true cost of cybercrime
- How to protect your business and mitigate risk
- A fraud checklist
- Transfer of risk through insurance
- Cyber insurance as a last line of defense
- What a cyber policy can cover
- Post Breach – who ya gonna call?
Current Speakers Include:
THOMAS A. CIANO, AFSB
Senior Vice President
Practice Leader, Management & Professional Services
Tom is the New England Regional Practice leader for USI Insurance Services’ Management and Professional Services Practice. An insurance veteran with more than 30 years of experience, Tom’s primary responsibility is to provide technical expertise helping clients address complex coverage issues involving management and professional liability lines of coverage. He specializes in consulting on and negotiating coverage for Directors and Officers Liability, Fiduciary Liability, Employment Practices Liability, Fidelity, Professional Liability and Cyber Liability. Tom has a broad background with expertise in various industry segments for both private and publicly traded companies of all sizes. He is a frequent speaker and author of articles on these topics.
Director, Treasury and Payment Solutions
Larry Selnick, Director, Treasury and Payment Solutions for Webster Bank Larry and his team of Commercial Deposit and Payment professionals work with Webster’s customers to increase their profits by collecting receivables, disbursing funds and investing cash more efficiently and cost effectively, and by providing timely information on their cash flow position. He has over 30 years of banking experience including cash management systems, bank operations and product management. He joined Webster’s management team in 1995 to design, implement and deliver Cash Management services to commercial clients.
As Regional President and leader of Webster Bank’s Commercial team in Greater Boston,
Deb Drapalla oversees Webster’s Middle Market Banking efforts and growing community affairs activities in this region.
Deb joined Webster in 2010, and brings more than 30 years of commercial banking
experience to commercial customers in the Boston market. Deb advises her clients with their senior capital financing requirements including debt for mergers and acquisitions, working capital, and capital expenditures including commercial real estate assets and equipment financing. She is known for her expertise advising companies in the professional services industries, manufacturing, distribution, environmental, renewable energy and family-owned businesses.