Staying Safe in an Online World: Protecting Your Privacy, Sensitive Data, Intellectual Property & Assets
A recent survey by the Ponemon Institute showed the average cost of cybercrime for U.S. retail stores more than doubled from 2013 to an annual average of $8.6 million per company in 20142. It has become critical that companies, banks and all other businesses know how to ...
A recent survey by the Ponemon Institute showed the average cost of cybercrime for U.S. retail stores more than doubled from 2013 to an annual average of $8.6 million per company in 20142. It has become critical that companies, banks and all other businesses know how to protect themselves from becoming the next hacked media sensation. In today’s fast paced business and “Internet of Things” connected world, working away from the office using mobile and other connected devices for telecommuting and productivity has become mainstream. But how do we know what confidential data, tradecraft or intellectual property this technology might be unknowingly giving away to corporate spies, hackers or data marketers? This presentation will teach you and your employees how to safely and securely protect company confidential information while using mobile devices and social media both inside and outside the workplace, and also how to protect corporate intellectual property and trade secrets that may be at risk, along with strategies to keep your business safe from cybercriminals.
This presentation shows how to protect your corporate image and assets while also teaching your employees how to protect themselves and their families’ privacy in the online domain and shield them from predators, hackers and fraudsters. In addition, the presentation offers the anatomy of a well-known corporate data breach—what happened, what the consequences were and what could have been done to prevent it.
Key points include:
- Protecting your firm’s tradecraft , sensitive information, and intellectual property.
- Ways of keeping your firm or company safe from cyber attacks and the new emerging threats.
- Case studies of recent hacks and how they could have been avoided.
- What you may inadvertently be giving away about yourself and compromising your privacy while using social media and digital devices.
- How you, your family and company are vulnerable to hackers, predators and how to shield yourself.
- Learn how to detect—and protect yourself from—online deception and fraud.
- How to apply these techniques to your both your personal and professional lives.