Free Webinar: Learn How to Control & Respond to an Embarrassing Data or Intellectual Property Breach

Cyber Data Risk Managers and Cyber Investigation Services are hosting a free educational webinar on 11/16 to discuss how your organization can control and respond to an embarrassing Data or Intellectual Property Breach from unwanted hackers.
Nov. 6, 2011 - PRLog -- Information, Identity and Intellectual property theft and Cyber Attacks are the biggest risks that an organization faces today. Intruders want an organization’s sensitive information and they will not stop until they get it.

No organization today wants to have a data breach.  It is important that an organization minimizes its risks and sets up a data breach incident response plan prior to a data breach.  Today its not a matter of "if" a data breach will happen, its just a question of "when?"

Webinar Details:

Cost:  Free


"Learn How to Control and Respond to an Embarrassing Data or Intellectual Property Breach from Unwanted Hackers"

Date:  Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Time: 10:00am to 11:00am Eastern Time

During the session we will:

- Discuss ways in which you can prepare for your security incident.
- Discuss how you can contain the damage and minimize risks.
- Discuss how you can minimize the severity of security incidents.
- Discuss why you need to protect your sensitive data.
- Take a look at recent security and data breach incidents.
- Define an incident response plan.
- Allot plenty time for Q&A to answer any questions you have.


Christine Marciano, Cyber Data Risk Managers LLC

Bruce Anderson, Cyber Investigation Services LLC

Register today:

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Cyber Data-Risk Managers LLC is an Independent Insurance Agency specializing in Data Privacy, Cyber Liability risk, D&O insurance and (IP) Intellectual Property protection. We work with businesses and organizations throughout the United States.
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