Our last webinar of 2017, Don’t Be a Victim of Cyber Security Breaches, is less than a week away. We’ve hosted a bunch of webinars on various topics this year, but this one feels especially timely. Perhaps it’s because every day brings news of cyberattacks, data thefts, and computing vulnerabilities. No organization or individual, it seems, is completely safe from a cyber security breach.
If government agencies, multinationals, hospitals, power companies, and even cryptocurrencies can get hacked, is there any hope for the rest of us? Can an appealing target, such as automobile dealership, really do anything to reduce its risk?
Our webinar panel thinks so. Calling on their experience in the fields of security, law, and workforce compliance, our speakers will show you why every organization needs to take steps to improve its security, how to stay ahead of attackers, and how a single dealership’s actions can impact the entire digital ecosystem.
Meet Our Speakers: Mary Harrington, Jeff Ziplow, and Kynzie Sims
Get to know our panel:
Mary Harrington, First Vice President in the Treasury & Payment Solutions team, SunTrust Bank
Mary Harrington is a First Vice President in the Treasury & Payment Solutions team at SunTrust Bank. Her experience comprises fraud mitigation, payables solutions, treasury management, and more. As a leader of SunTrust’s Fraud Prevention and Risk Management initiatives, she’s the one who makes sure the bank’s teams stay informed about emerging areas of vulnerability. Mary has given numerous presentations about fraud and cybercrime trends, and we’re looking forward to hearing what’s been on her radar lately.
Jeff Ziplow, Partner, BlumShapiro’s Consulting Group
Jeff Ziplow is a partner in BlumShapiro’s consulting group, and heads the firm’s Risk Management and Process/Controls practices areas. Over the course of his career, Jeff has assessed countless organizations’ internal IT controls as they relate to business operations and developed risk mitigation strategies. Like Mary, he’s a sought-after presenter on cybersecurity and risk assessments.
Kynzie Sims, Legal Content Product Manager, Compli
If you’ve attended any of our webinars before, you probably know Kynzie Sims. Kynzie is Compli’s resident authority on all things legal and compliance. She is a regular presenter at our webinars and in-person events, and a chief designer of our content products. Before joining Compli, Kynzie clerked for the Marion County District Attorney’s Office and served as in-house counsel and employment content manager for NAVEX Global.