Cyber Security Fraud: What CPAs Should Know 


    A woman on a laptop viewing the Cyber Security Fraud SeriesThis webcast series is an expansive overview of all aspects of cyber security.  It will include real life examples of security threats, security frameworks and risk assessments. There will be sessions on cloud computing, mobile devices, information security, social media and EFT fraud. Attendees will learn to assess damage from cyber attacks, who are the potential criminals, methods of discovering weaknesses leading to attacks and preventing future attacks. All the best practices on cyber security will be recommended for practitioners.





    Cyber Security Fraud: What CPAs Should Know

    Date

    Webcast

    CPE Credit 

    April 25, 2013
    3-5 p.m., ET
    Cyber Security Landscape & Lessons Learned
    This first session will identify Common Attack Vectors used in attacks and thereafter discuss external security best practices.

    2 Credits

    May 9, 2013
    3-5 p.m., ET
    Cyber Security Framework and Risk Assessment
    This session will describe common approach and methods related to understanding and prioritizing security threats and risks from common sources.

    2 credits

    May 14, 2013
    3-4 p.m., ET
    Cyber Security and Mobile Computing
    This session identifies the types of mobile technology and the risks associated with the use of these devices. Learn how to mitigate the risks of a breach by implementing best practices to protect the privacy and confidentiality of your data.

    1 credit

    May 23, 2013
    3-4 p.m., ET
    Cyber Security and Information Security Awareness
    This session will identify and discuss current trends and best practices relating to protecting computer systems from unauthorized access and use.

    1 credit

    June 6, 2013
    3-5 p.m., ET
    Cloud Security Consideration - What Small to Medium Businesses Need to Know About Managing Risks
    This session discusses how Cloud Computing can offer the potential to improve the security posture of a business, also how it represents new and more complex inherent risks depending on how it is used.

    2 credits

    June 18, 2013
    3-4 p.m., ET
    Cyber Security and EFT Fraud
    This webinar will discuss how to identify those who want to steal your money and your identity, and show you ways to safeguard individuals and organizations against EFT fraud.

    1 credit

    June 20, 2013
    3-4 p.m., ET
    Cyber Security and Social Engineering
    This webinar will identify and examine many common techniques used by cyber criminals to hijack key information to gain unlawful access and create havoc in computer systems.

    1 credit

    July 11, 2013
    3-4 p.m., ET
    Cyber Security: You've Been Breached Now What
    This session will discuss issues involving a response team, notification to law enforcement, investigation and containment, communication to employees and customers, and the cost of the attack. Civil and criminal implications will also be explored.

     2 credits




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