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Combating Cyber Crimewith Jones & Associates Insurance
Tuesday, March 31 | 11:45am – 1:00pm
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
11:45am – 1:00pm
Doors open & lunch served at 11:45am
Presentation begins 12:00pm
Synergy North Board Room
Whalen Building – 8th Floor
34 Cumberland St. North
What if you arrive in the office to find out that your Admin staff has left to go withdraw $5000 to wire to a non-existent supplier?
What if you send an electronic payment to a vendor only to find they never received it?
What if your company relied on high volumes of online order processing to find your website shut down by a Denial of Service Attack?
Jones & Associates has seen the type of risks for small and medium-sized businesses evolve from traditional losses like fire, theft and equipment breakdown to include new threats driven by technological change. In today’s world, cyber-attacks represent significant challenges for every industry. It is important to ensure that in addition to traditional insurance coverage, your company has limited exposures through planning, staff awareness, monitoring and proactive prevention.
During this one-hour session, reps from Jones & Associates Insurance will discuss how to shore up your defenses by addressing:
- Data Privacy (legal obligations)
- Business Reputation
- Business Continuity
- The Human Element
- Skills Gap
Registration for this event includes lunch, presentation and a free domain risk assessment for your organization. To receive yours at the event, be sure to include your website address in the registration form.
Special thanks to Cornerstone Member Synergy North for their support of events like this one.
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