The objective of AICCCA is to promote consistent quality and delivery of consumer credit counseling services among its members. The annual conference is held to provide current information to enable them to continue and preserve industry-wide standards of service excellence and ethical conduct, and to enhance the provision of important counseling services and information to the credit consumer.
One of the most urgent issues with today’s technology is securing networks and protecting clients’ data. “There are so many current methods by which computer systems can be compromised, that it is hard to keep up,” explained Ms. Mahler.
Security and online privacy have become a major issue and identity theft is more rampant than ever. Mahler’s expertise is well-respected in the areas of internet security, security audits, and the steps you can take to protect this information. The topics of how to secure networks and protect client data will be presented in a non-geek-speak format at the AICCA conference.
About Debbie Mahler
Long before viruses and security were front-page topics, Debbie Mahler was educating the public and reporting on them. It was this early groundwork that earned her the title of Security Specialist.
A graduate of National-Louis University in Wheaton, IL, and with over 20 years in the IT and security industry, Debbie not only continues to protect her clients, she has educated end-users and educators in local community colleges for more than 15 years. She is an online instructor for Ed2go, a global education provider, and a division of Cengage Learning. Debbie teaches introductory and advanced PC Security courses for all English-speaking colleges and universities.
Debbie continues to teach, while maintaining client projects, managing staff members, and coordinating the new opportunities that have developed for Internet Tech Specialists as it moves forward. http://www.internettechspecialists.com