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Please note, this in-person event and online webinar has been postponed. Please register, and we will let you know when the event has been rescheduled. Thank you.

Cybersecurity threats are everywhere and impact every business and organization, no matter how large or small. The threat landscape continues to evolve as bad actors become more sophisticated at taking advantage of weak cybersecurity defenses. Business risks include compromised customer data, devastating financial recovery expenses, tarnished company reputation, substantial direct financial losses, and weakened client trust. The question is not if cyber-fraudsters will target your organization, but when. Where does leadership start? Join Holmes Murphy, Dickinson Law Firm, & Eide Bailly for an afternoon seminar that will discuss how to develop a cybersecurity program from the ground up.

Attendees of this event will leave with a greater understanding of the tools needed to assure business security, protect customer data, stay compliant with the law, and the questions to ask of their cybersecurity teams.


DATE:  April 9, 2020
TIME:  12:00 - 4:00 PM CST
LOCATION: Attend in-person:
                       Holmes Murphy Headquarters
                       2727 Grand Prairie Pkwy
                       Waukee, IA 50263

                       Or attend via online webinar.


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DISCUSSION TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Discussion with experienced cybersecurity professionals who have developed and implemented cybersecurity programs. The discussion will focus on the challenge of tailoring a program to an organization’s specific needs, and ensuring that the program complies with applicable cybersecurity regulations. 

  • Discussion about developing a cybersecurity program that complies with an ever changing legal landscape. New laws like CCPA, GDPR, and a host of potential other state laws are all changing the priorities for cybersecurity compliance.

  • Discussion about developing a cybersecurity program that complies with some of the leading cybersecurity protocols, including NIST, FFIEC, and ISO standards.

  • Discussion about training employees to implement the cybersecurity plan, and how to provide incentives and consequences for employees to comply with the plan.

  • The questions you should ask your CISO about the development of your cybersecurity program, and issues you should look out for.


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Event Details

DATE:  Wednesday, December 4, 2019
TIME:  12:00 - 4:00 PM CST
LOCATION: 
                     111 N Post Oak Ln
                      Houston, TX 77024

MEET THE PANELISTS

Name Needed - Eide Bailly LLP
Robert Allen, Former CISO - Brighthouse Financial
Miles Weis, AVP – Executive Risk and Cyber Practice Leader
Ross Ingersoll, Executive Risk & Cyber Account Executive
John Lande, Attorney & Cybersecurity Chair, Dickinson Law Firm
Bryan O’Neil, Attorney, Dickinson Law Firm
Melissa Schilling, Attorney, Dickinson Law Firm
Andrea Rastelli, Attorney, Dickinson Law Firm
Emily McGovern, Attorney, Dickinson Law Firm

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