- When: April 30, 2014 at 8:00am - 10:00am
Whalen & Company, CPAs
250 W. Old Wilson Bridge Rd, Suite 300
Worthington, Ohio 43085
- Hosted By: Whalen & Company, CPA's
- Event Type: Member Hosted
In today’s information economy, we connect other organizations to our networks. We also share tremendous amounts of information. A key business question that must be answered:
â€œHow do you build a secure network that protects confidential information and also meets compliance requirements?â€
Who should attend this workshop:
Business owners and leaders responsible for managing the electronic connection with customers, vendors, government agencies and all other third party providers with whom you share critical, confidential information.
This information includes:
â€¢ Outsourced website hosting and fulfillment services
â€¢ Compliance with federal agency grant funding for non-profits (FISMA)
â€¢ Credit cardholder data (PCI)
â€¢ Health information (HIPAA & PHI)
â€¢ Implementation of SOX controls for services provided to publicly traded companies (Sarbanes-Oxley)
â€¢ Outsourced data mining for purchasing trends of point of sale data
â€¢ Protection of all other confidential data and compliance with governmental regulations and customer requirements
In this workshop, Doug will answer these questions:
â€¢ How do we assure the technical trustworthiness of vendors, suppliers, partners, and in some cases customers who connect to our networks or have access to our business?
â€¢ How do we protect information we are obligated to protect that we share with third parties?
â€¢ How do we do this as efficiently and as effectively as possible?
â€¢ How do we do it in a way that grows our business?
â€¢ How do we meet third party regulatory compliance requirements?
He will cover the trends, the predictable future, how to apply risk management principles to manage your third party risk, how to manage the additional risk from regulations requiring third party controls and how to build an internal business/technology partnership to manage it all.
Workshop Presenter: Douglas Davidson, President/CEO, Jacadis
Doug Davidson works with business leaders who are nervous that their company’s critical data might be exposed and who want to ensure they are compliant with government rules and regulations. Doug specializes in working with small and medium sized enterprises that are experiencing fast growth and need security even faster. He also works with clients experiencing similar issues in the non-profit and education markets. Doug’s passion for entrepreneurs and other business leaders began when he was the research director at the Columbus Chamber of Commerce and continued as he began his consulting career. Prior to becoming an information security auditor and consultant, Doug managed two technology firms as president and was the national practice leader for a network and web services firm.
Please contact Dawn Malone by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 614-396-4200 by Tuesday, April 29.
Seating is limited to 25. Registrants will be accepted on a first-in, first-served basis.
Continental breakfast and networking start at 8 a.m. The session will begin at 8:15 a.m.
There is no charge for the workshop.