Schaumburg Business Association

Leadership Luncheon

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Name: Leadership Luncheon
Date: April 20, 2016
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:

Join us for lunch and a progressive workshop on "How to Avoid the Damage of Identity Theft and Fraud to You and Your Business"

60% of small businesses that experience a data breach go out of business in less than six months.

  George Vroustouris
  Undo Identity Theft

  Brian Davidson

It seems like hardly a day goes by, without some mention in the news about a data breach, cybersecurity or identity theft issue. In fact, last year’s breach statistics exceeded 2014, with staggering reports of small business data breaches, making 2015 “The Year of the Small Business Breach.” The National Cyber Security Alliance reports that over 70% of security breaches target small businesses with less than 250 employees. These businesses are often less equipped to protect sensitive company data and have dedicate fewer resources to fighting cybercrime.
Most identity fraud originates from a sensitive, personal information breach in the workplace.

Join us for a presentation, mini-workshop, and discussion with Brain Davidson, CPA, CFE, Manager of the Fraud and Forensics Services Group, and Certified Fraud Examiner at CDH, and George Vroustouris, CIPA. Principal at Undo Identity Theft, a Certified Identity Protection Advisor, and Adjunct Instructor at Harper College. 
Brian and George will provide an overview of the risk for identity theft and fraud in the workplace, and the impact in can have on individuals, and your business. Attendees will take part in a security management mini-workshop, learn proactive industry standard best practices, and participate in a lively Q&A!

Event Sponsors:
  • Divine Signs, Inc.
  • Toasty Cheese, Inc.
Schaumburg Corporate Center
1501 E. Woodfield Road, Conference Room C
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Contact Information:
$15 for SBA members
$25 for guests

Lunch provided
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