[WEBINAR] Cybersecurity Practices Tech Companies Can Use to Differentiate and Fuel Growth
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[WEBINAR] Cybersecurity Practices Tech Companies Can Use to Differentiate and Fuel Growth

 Export to Your Calendar 3/18/2020
When: Wednesday, March 18, 2020
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: Kaylin Berg
312.924.1052

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It is no longer a question of “if” a cyberattack will happen, it’s a question of “when.” And unlike large, established businesses, that may have resources specifically allocated to mitigating security breaches, growth stage companies can’t afford setbacks. Consider:

  • Every 14 seconds, a business falls victim to ransomware
  • Every 39 seconds, a computer is hacked
  • On average, it takes a business more than 200 days to detect a data breach

And what could a security breach, exposing-highly confidential customer data, mean to a company that is working to secure an additional round of funding or a game changing new contract?

In this webinar, Wipfli representatives will share how growth stage companies can leverage cybersecurity risk management practices, to not only secure information, but use cybersecurity as a competitive differentiator.  We will share information about how you can leverage cybersecurity to drive strategy, specifically to:

  • Increase platform stability
  • Increase customer confidence
  • Gain access to larger markets
  • Protect their value in M&A activities

 

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Meet the speaker: 

Tom Wojcinski, Director, Wipfli

As a director in Wipfli’s risk advisory services practice, Tom Wojcinski specializes in helping organizations reduce and manage the risks that modern technology and information systems introduce to their organization. In today’s business environment, customers, trading partners, regulators, and employees expect continuously available and secure information systems. To help meet this expectation, Tom works with clients to increase the confidentiality, availability, and integrity of their information assets.

Tom leads a variety of engagements designed to help improve organizations’ cybersecurity posture, including cybersecurity risk assessment, control program development and implementation, incident response planning and simulation, vulnerability and penetration testing, security audit, control verification, and managed detection and response. He is a frequent author and speaker on cybersecurity and information technology (IT) risk management topics.

 

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