Presentation: Helping Businesses Prepare for Computer Fraud and Data Breaches

Last night I had the wonderful opportunity to present to IMA – The Association of Accountants and Financial Professionals in Business on the topic of Helping Businesses Prepare for Computer Fraud and Data Breaches. Here are the presentation slides.

I was really impressed with the quality of this event on many levels — these folks really put on first class meetings so, for those of you who are accountants or financial professionals, I would encourage you to check them out. The facilities were great, the people were great, the food was great and it’s amazing how insightful and inquisitive a group can be when wine is served! Seriously, if you spend much time presenting to groups, you can tell when an audience is interested and paying attention or when they’d rather be some place else — this group was focused and their questions showed it. It was a real pleasure for me. The icing on the cake, however, was at the end when I was told that the organization would make an honorarium to my favorite charity — Cure JM of course! Much thanks!

2 thoughts on “Presentation: Helping Businesses Prepare for Computer Fraud and Data Breaches

  1. Good presentation, I especially liked how you show the progression of processing capability. Now, have you given any thought to the possibilities for evil with “Google Glasses”? With all memory and most processing done by “the cloud”, just the privacy issues alone boggle the mind. Just imagine the possibilities for stolen PIN codes, bank account numbers, driver’s license info, all caught with a glance – I feel the need to let out an evil Bond-villain-style chuckle…..

    1. Thank you John. You know, interesting you mention the Google Glass because, as I was signing in I was thinking how many people try to get mailing lists with people’s contact info and, were someone wearing those, they could have easily just snapped a picture of them. Crazy, eh?

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