Information Technology & Physical Risk Threats and Solutions
This presentation seeks to educate the attendees about the various IT and Physical Security risks that affect their businesses. In addition, it provides preliminary exposure to business interruption considerations and how they affect a business. The first section of the presentation involves the risks to a company’s IT system. These include USB devices, portable storage, Bluetooth connectivity and Cloud storage. Other issues such as employee access protocols and operating procedures are also discussed.
For each of the risk areas, the problem as well as a solution is presented giving the attendee positive actions to implement to remediate those risks. The second section of the presentation involves a brief discussion about passwords and the various issues involving weak password control by a company. A discussion about Physical Security is presented next involving both building access, possible external risks as well as matters involving employees and their work habits. The final section of the presentation involves a brief exposure to Business Interruption considerations and thoughts to remediate the risks including the use of insurance.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This presentation is recommended for C-suite personnel, business managers and even line employees that have heard about “IT risks or Cyber threats” but has neither the time or opportunity to find out the actual risks to their company. IT personnel may find this material a bit basic However, given the complexity of the various threats and cross functional remediation required, an IT alone solution is not the answer and must be addressed by the highest authority(s) within a company.
You will have 30 days to view this webinar.
President, TopGun Consulting
David has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and certifications in multiple technical specialties such as Information Systems Security. His 20 plus years of experience as an owner of a gear manufacturing facility in Northeastern Ohio has given him the opportunity to examine trends and practices that affect this industry and the manufacturing industry in general and allowed him to develop a clear business focus. Currently, David is the president of TopGun Consulting that is focused exclusively on helping manufacturers increase their profitability by examining multiple issues within a company such as; shop control software, personnel and communication issues, processing, costing/pricing models, equipment and facilities management and many others. David’s goal is to address issues discovered in a straightforward and direct manner to permanently solve a problem and not just “treat” a symptom.