Leadership Program-Cyber-Security: How Safe is Our Information?
Neumann University invites you to join us on Tuesday, November 25 for the final leadership program of the Fall 2014 semester. The Neumann University Center for Leadership is pleased to welcome Representative Patrick Meehan, 7th Congressional District, and James D. Schultz, General Counsel for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for a discussion on cyber-security in the public and private sector. Attorneys who attend this program can earn two CLE credits, and accountants can earn two CPE credits. Cyber-Security: How Safe is Our Information? Tuesday, November 25 at 2:00 PM Course Description In the wake of several major U.S. retailers announcing severe data-breaches in which thousands of customers' personal information was unknowingly hacked, cyber-security has become a major point of concern for both governments and private industry across the globe. From personal financial information to classified government documents or industry trade secrets, the collateral damage from a data breach or hack can cost thousands or even millions of dollars in losses to a company or administration that is ill-prepared for an attack on IT infrastructure. Our panelists will examine the current political landscape of cyber-security and offer tips on how businesses and consumers can anticipate and better prepare for cyber-attacks. Cost: $39 per person, includes all course materials Register online here: https://cclde.wufoo.com/forms/cclde-registration/ or call 610-358-4528
Date & Time
November 25, 2014
Add to Calendar 11/25/201402:00 PM 11/25/201411:59 PM America/New_York Leadership Program-Cyber-Security: How Safe is Our Information? Neumann University invites you to join us on Tuesday, November 25 for the final leadership program of the Fall 2014 semester. The Neumann University Center... More info at www.chestercounty.com/events/51779/leadership-program-cyber-security-how-safe-is-our-information Neumann University One Neumann Drive , Aston, PA 19014 axEakIwmdzNKaowyWmiv58927
$39 per person