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How to Fry Phish:

Auditing Your Organization’s Internal Control Related to Phishing

Summary

In response to increasing cyber threats, many organizations are auditing their controls relating to phishing attacks and updating their security programs.  Auditing controls against the threats of phishing typically is enhanced through a comprehensive understanding of your organization’s approach to identifying attacks, protecting against them, detecting attacks in progress, responding to attacks, and ultimately recovering from them.  This presentation provides an overview of current phishing threats and techniques as well as examples of best practices and important considerations for auditing your organization’s defenses.

Learning Objectives

After attending this presentation, participants will understand:

 

>How phishing attacks continue to present significant threats to organizations.

>Current trends in attacks and what they mean for your organization.

>Key aspects of an effective defense against phishing attacks.

>Considerations when planning an audit of your organization’s defenses

 

 

Speaker Bio:

Jorge Rey is the Director of Information Security and Compliance at Kaufman, Rossin & Co., one of the largest independent accounting firms in Florida and one of the top CPA firms in the country. Recognized by the South Florida Business Journal as one of top professionals under the age of 40, he is responsible for managing and performing a variety of information security assessments, SOC reports for companies in the financial services, healthcare, and technology industries. He is a frequent lecturer and has been quoted or featured in many major publications including CIO, ComplianceWeek, The Miami Herald, ComputerWorld, Healthcare Fraud, and others. 

Jorge helps organizations ranging from startups to large public and privately held companies address information security, compliance and IT needs. He brings notable experience in security audits, HIPAA, cybersecurity, technology and cloud computing to his clients. He serves on the South Florida HIMSS board and is past Chairman of the ARMA Palm Beach Treasure coast. Jorge is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), and Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT). He holds a master's degree in Information Technology from Nova Southeastern University and a certificate in Administration of Information Security, recognized by the National Security Agency (NSA).

Big Data Knows More About You Than You Do

Are you and your organization prepared for this age of Big Data? We will discuss how Big Data impacts your private life, your organization, and your role as an Information Management and Governance professional. First question for you – who will be responsible for managing Big Data in your organization? After all, Big Data will not manage itself.

 

Speaker Bio:

Bill Manago, CRM, serves as the World-Wide Information Governance and Big Data Portfolio Manager at HPE. Bill works closely with the HPE’s software development teams to ensure that the software meets all RIM standards and provide the RIM professionals with the tools required to manage both paper and electronic documents (both records or non-records). In addition, Bill serves as HPE’s Information Governance Subject Matter Expert (SME) and provides records and information governance best practices consulting services to government, legal, and corporate organizations. 

 

Bill was previously employed by the US Department of Defense for 21 years where he established the Joint Interoperability Test Command’s Records Management Certification Test Facility after co-authoring the first ever standard on records management – the “Design Criteria Standard for Records Management Applications” (DoD5015.2-STD). 

 

Bill is a leading authority on electronic records management standards and technology and is a major contributor to ARMA & AIIM standard development committees and best practices committee.  Bill is a frequent speaker at various AIIM, ARMA, and NIRMA international, national, regional, and chapter levels. Bill currently serves on the ARMA committee responsible for the development of the questions and scenarios used for the Information Governance Professional certification exam.

 

Bill has provided recent consulting services to the following organizations:

•              Social Security Administration (SSA)               •             Estee Lauder Corporation

•              Project Management Institute (PMI)              •               Elan Pharmaceutical

•              Food and Drugs Administration (FDA)

LinkedIn, It’s not just another social media site

LinkedIn has become the largest professional networking site in the world with over 500M members in over 200 countries. It is not just another social media site! It’s a 14-year-old powerful branding & marketing tool that continues to grow today by adding more than 2 new members per second! Learn how to rise to the top of searches that seek your expertise!

 

Title: ‘LinkedIn – Not Just Another Social Media Site’

  • Current Statistics & Reach of LinkedIn

  • Why you should care more about LinkedIn

  • The difference between a complete vs optimized profile

  • 5 Best Practices for Using LinkedIn Effectively

  • Q&A

 

 

Speaker Bio:

Debbie Wemyss

A New Englander, Debbie Wemyss (weemz) has lived in South Florida for over 35 years, spending 20 years in PR, marketing, and fundraising for nonprofits. DW Consulting Solutions LLC was launched in 2011 and now fills a void in social media, offering expert coaching on how to use LinkedIn as a powerful branding and marketing tool. Having coached over 600 individual professionals in 23 countries and hundreds more through workshops and speaking engagements, Ms. Wemyss is passionate about the marketing power of the world’s largest professional networking site. Debbie is the Mom of two college grad daughters and an avid fan of salt water, sand and golf courses.

 

*Not with, affiliated or endorsed by the LinkedIn© Corporation

Homeland Security Starts with Hometown Security

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) closely monitors attacks on public gatherings and public places to constantly enhance the Nation’s security. During both steady state and times of heightened awareness, DHS engages closely with our private sector and community partners to provide expert counsel and recommendations about protective measures they can implement to protect facilities and venues. DHS provides free tools and resources to communities because the Department recognizes that communities are the first line of defense in keeping the public safe and secure.

The Department encourages businesses to Connect, Plan, Train, and Report. Applying these four steps in advance of an incident or attack can help better prepare businesses and their employees to proactively think about the role they play in the safety and security of their businesses and communities.

Speaker Bio:

Mr. Gary Warren, is assigned to the U.S.Department of Homeland Security, Infrastructure Protection Directorate, Protective Security Division, Protective Security Advisor program. Stationed at the United States Secret Service Field Office in Miami, FL. Mr. Warren is a retired Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps.