...cybersecurity breaches have increased 11% since 2018 and 64% since 2014....
About the Session
According to Accenture, cybersecurity breaches have increased 11% since 2018 and 64% since 2014. These risks may include lost data, system downtime, lost revenue, and reputational harm. The April Association Xchange (AXC) program provides an overview of the 2021 cybersecurity landscape including what threats are trending and how your association can minimize its risk.
The speakers, @James Marquis, Chief Innovation Officer, 501Works, LLC; and @Derek Symer, CPCU, Partner, Director AHT Nonprofits, AHT Insurance; will share their knowledge of reducing risk using examples of recent cyberattacks and ransomware threats. They also will discuss solutions for minimizing cybersecurity risk, the importance of setting up monitoring programs, why your association needs an Incident Response Plan, and how employee training can reduce phishing and other attacks. The discussion will conclude with an examination of what an association’s cyber insurer will likely require in 2021.
About the Speakers
James C. Marquis, 501 Works LLC, Chief Innovation Officer is a seasoned senior executive with more than 20 years of experience working with a wide variety of associations and nonprofits. James' work experience includes serving as CIO for a large medical association, CEO of a technology consulting organization and senior roles in product development and business consulting for for-profit and nonprofit clients. He also has designed and built multiple Internet-based business applications including Mojo Middleware™.
Derek S. Symer, CPCU, AHT Insurance, Partner, Director AHT Nonprofits has for 20 years concentrated his efforts on associations, the education sector, think tanks and NGOs. Derek has a particular focus in Directors & Officers’ coverage, Association Professional Liability and Cyber insurance, and international risks. Derek has a BA in History and German from Dartmouth College and an MA in European History from American University.
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