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Sep
27
2017

Strike Back at the Hack! 3 Ways Your Business Can Take a Stand Against Cyber Attacks

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Cyber criminals have quickly figured out that small to midsize businesses (SMBs) are easy targets. While some SMB owners think their companies are too small to be targeted, many are finding that cyber criminals are actively trying to hack their systems, steal their data — and worse. It’s time to take a stand.  Join us for an information-packed hour and learn from top experts how you can protect your business.

This webinar will cover:

  • How to find the greatest threats to your business, and its areas of greatest vulnerability
  • Insights on the latest forms of cyber attack, including increasingly sophisticated ransomware, malware, phishing schemes and more
  • Steps you can start taking today to protect your business
Speakers
John Farley
VP, Cyber Risk
HUB International
John Farley provides cyber risk advisory services to HUB International clients and serves as a network security and privacy liability consultant. With 25 years of risk consulting experience, John is HUB’s internal lead resource for pre- and post-data breach services. In this role, he applies his extensive knowledge of best practices for data breach response, and works diligently with clients to achieve the greatest possible cost mitigation.
John Mullen
Partner
Mullen Coughlin LLC
John F. Mullen is partner and co-founder of Mullen Coughlin LLC. John concentrates his practice on first- and third- party privacy and data security matters, and (with his team) serves as a data breach coach/legal counsel for entities coping with data privacy issues. He is well versed in the complex state, federal and international rules and laws governing data collection, storage and security practices, and breach response obligations.
Michelle Lopilato
SVP, Director Cyber and Technology
Michelle Lopilato is a cyber risk and technology E&O expert who develops data breach and technology risk transfer strategies for HUB International. As Director of Cyber and Technology Solutions, Michelle is responsible for engaging clients on optimal risk transfer for Privacy, Network Security and Technology E&O risks, product development and production, building small business and association business platforms, engaging the product marketplace on coverage concerns and setting sales strategies.