During these unprecedented times, data privacy and cyber-security are important concerns for businesses. In particular, as the economic effects of the COVID-19 outbreak continue to unfold daily, the most notable change has been the unprecedented shift to teleworking. In doing so, many business have had to comply with stay-at-home orders before implementing adequate internal controls. In this webinar, presenters will provide training centered on what businesses in our community should do now to reduce the increasing risks posed by internet-borne threats in the age of COVID-19.  

Topics include:

 - Performing a full-cyber audit
 - Conducting a vulnerability scan, particularly on new systems, networks or configurations
 - Assessing security policies and procedures such as VPN connections, multi-factor authentications, complex passwords, end-to-end encryption, personal devices, tokenization of financial data, etc.
 - Prioritizing remediation
 - Reviewing and updating the Incident Response Plan – particularly for use in a remote setting  
 - Reviewing all insurance policies and determining if coverage is sufficient to meet the new cyber-risk profile  
 - Educating the work force on cyber-hygiene
 - Reviewing common social engineering attacks
 - Spoofed emails and the importance of reviewing domain names carefully to authenticate senders
 - The dangers of attachments from unknown sources
 - Verifying changes in financial information over the phone
 - Running internal phishing tests 


 - Colin Jennings, Partner, Cleveland – Squire Patton Boggs
 - Ericka Johnson, Associate, Washington, DC – Squire Patton Boggs
 - Darin Haines,  Senior Vice President of Sales and Channels – MCPc 
 - Christopher Prewitt, Security Principal – MCPc