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CFMA SA - January Lunch Meeting

  • 1.  CFMA SA - January Lunch Meeting

    Posted 01-05-2017 15:30

    CFMA SA - January Lunch Meeting

    Tuesday, January 24, 2017 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    The Petroleum Club of San Antonio

    8620 N New Braunfels Ave San Antonio, TX  78217

    Energy Plaza - 210.824.9014

     

    Topic:

    Cybersecurity:  What should companies be doing to prepare?

    Summary:

    Cybersecurity is rapidly evolving. Attackers are more sophisticated. Breaches are increasing in frequency. Breaches are no longer just happening to large organizations, but are affecting mid-size and small companies across all industries, for a variety of incentives beyond financial gain. Regulators are beginning to expect organizations to have established effective cyber risk management programs. Organizations need to be prepared.

    Speaker:

    Maurice Liddell, QSA, ASV, CCSFP BDO Consulting Managing Director EXPERIENCE SUMMARY

    Maurice Liddell is a Managing Director in the Technology Advisory Services practice. With a spectrum of insights gained from the world’s largest IT consulting firm, to hands-on experience as an engineer, Maurice uses his technology background to design and implement successful technology solutions to improve business operations and manage technology related risks for clients.

    His track record includes responsibility for $25 million budget programs; reduction of IT operating costs from $22 million to $13.5 million; transforming IT of the largest private school system in the U.S. to deliver greater value to shareholders; serving as chief technologist for the planning and launch of a B2B exchange; running global IT operations for a Fortune 500 company; managing SOX and Technology Risk Management programs; evaluating and preparing organizations to comply with regulatory (e.g., HIPAA, HITECH, HITRUST, PCI, etc.) and industry (e.g., ISO 27002) security standards, performing Business Impact Assessments (BIA) and developing Business Continuity Plans (BCP) and the successful management of full cycle projects ranging from custom software development to ERP implementations to enterprise infrastructure solutions.

    PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

    • HITRUST CSF Assessor Council
    • Certified Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) and Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV) by the PCI Security Council
    • Association of IT Professionals – Treasurer
    • Information Systems Security Association
    • IT Service Management Foundation
    • Help Desk Institute
    • Information Systems Audit and Control Association
    • International Legal Technology Association – Security Advisor
    • Claims and Litigation Management Alliance – Fellow

    EDUCATION

    • B.S., Electrical Engineering, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology

    CPE Credit (Provided by BDO): 1.0 CPE Credit

    Prerequisites: None

    Program Level: Basic

    Delivery Method: This is a Group-Live presentation.

    Audience: CFMA Members and Guests 

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Learn methods for identifying cyber risk and vulnerabilities, as well as remediation measures.
    2. Gain insights into optimizing cybersecurity strategies, making sure limited resources are deployed in the right areas to mitigate risk.
    3. Understand components of a cybersecurity risk management program, including an organization’s governance and operating model

    Cost:

    $40 per person (includes lunch)

    Registration/Cancelation Deadline:  January 20, 2017

     

    Click Here to Register Now

    Or visit http://cafe.cfma.org/sanantoniotx/home and select the Events tab.

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    Stephanie Harms BBA
    Administrative Assistant
    RSM US LLP
    San Antonio TX
    (210) 572-1347
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