Online Webinar: Cybersecurity: Is Your Sensitive Data Protected?

  • 29 Apr 2015
  • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (PDT)
  • Online Webinar

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ONLINE WEBINAR

The Current State of the LTCi Industry
 
Cybersecurity: Is Your Sensitive Data Protected?
Would You Know if it Was Not?

Data breaches have become an everyday event. If large multinational companies aren't able to keep the bad guys out, how do the rest of us protect ourselves, our business and our personal information? 

We invite you to come and hear Dave Townsend speak about cybersecurity. David, a recognized authority on computer forensics and cyber‐crime investigation, has more than 30 years of police, detective and cyber forensic experience including many high profile assignments with the Silicon Valley High Tech Crimes Task Force and the FBI. In a non-technical fashion, David will discuss the following:
  • How and why data breaches occur and who is responsible for them.
  • What is being targeted?
  • Your vulnerabilities at home and at work.
  • Understanding your digital world.
  • How to reduce your overall exposure and risk.
As Employers, Plan Sponsors, Third Party Administrators, CPA’s, and Actuaries, you deal with census data which is protected identifying information (PII). Other retirement professionals will also deal with sensitive information. 

About Our Presenter

Dave Townsend is on the front line of the cyber war on digital data and sensitive information. Here are a few highlights:

USAF combat veteran
  • Retired police officer and FBI task force agent
  • Computer Forensic Expert for the defense for People V. Michael Jackson, People V. Scott Peterson, People V. Susan Polk, and People V. John Mark Karr
  • Managed data loss team with National responsibility for Kaiser Permanente
  • Managed and conducted complex data breach investigations, mitigation and remediation for Kaiser Permanente
  • Computer Crimes expert recognized by the Peace Officers Standards and Training
  • Expert in complex litigation involving theft of intellectual property
  • Expert in electronic discovery
  • Licensed Private Investigator

Please note: this webinar's audio portion will be broadcasted through your computer's speakers. No dial-in number will be provided.


The webinar will provide continuing education credits for  for ASPPA, NIPA, JBEA, ERPA, MCLE CA,
CPA CE for CA and OR.

Members are $35, Nonmembers are $50.



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