It’s never too early to start promoting next year’s webinars! Especially when that first webinar is only three weeks away, hosted by ACEDS, discusses ten recent cybersecurity and data breach trends you need to know and includes none other than the “Data Diva” – Debbie Reynolds!
On Wednesday, January 12th, ACEDS will host the webinar Ten Recent Cybersecurity and Data Breach Trends You Need to Know at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10:00am PT). In this webinar, Debbie (of Debbie Reynolds Consulting) and I will discuss ten recent cybersecurity and data breach trends (duh!), and the best practices needed to put your organization in the best position to protect against your own data breaches.
Let’s face it, it seems there is another high-profile data breach just about every day that results in issues for organizations ranging from compromised personal data of customers to millions of dollars lost in sanctions or judgments to temporary or permanent business shutdowns (including this one I just covered on Monday). Data breaches to medical providers can even result in lives lost due to interruptions of service. What can organizations do to avoid becoming another data breach statistic?
Watch this webinar, of course! Click here to register for the ACEDS webinar Ten Recent Cybersecurity and Data Breach Trends You Need to Know!
So, what do you think? Has your organization experienced a data breach? If not, this webinar will help keep one from happening. If so, this webinar will help keep one from happening – again! 😉 And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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