Cybercrime is a growing threat that's causing companies to lose billions annually. Businesses are finding themselves constantly battling new and emerging threats that require increasingly sophisticated and responsive counter measures. This webcast will explore the latest security threats to keeping data in the cloud and mobile devices; why antivirus is failing; the latest scams to watch for; social media concerns; and how technological advances and proper strategies help address and mitigate risks.
- Guard against the most common scams and threats.
- Discover steps all users should take to ensure their systems and data are protected.
- Review security polices and monitoring procedures.
- Analyze security practices that do and don't work.
- Data and mobile device security
- Latest scams/threats
- Social media concerns
Requisite Knowledge: None
Advanced Preparation: None
Speaker: David M. Cieslak
Field of Study: Computer Science
CPE Credits: 2
Meet the Speaker
David M. Cieslak
David Cieslak is a Principal with Arxis Technology, Inc., a computer consulting firm with offices in Southern California, Chicago and Phoenix. He specializes in micro-computer accounting systems, information security, the Windows operating environment, systems development and project management.
He is a frequent speaker for the California Society of Certified Public Accountants (CalCPA), the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and other state accounting societies. He is a Sage ACCPAC ERP Certified Consultant, a Windows Certified Professional and holds the GIAC Security Essentials Certification (GSEC).
Mr. Cieslak currently serves on the CalCPA Board of Directors and Sage Mid-market ERP Business Partner Advisory Council. He is the past Chair of the AICPA IT Executive Committee and past president of the California CPA Education Foundation. He is an active participant with the CalCPA State Technology Committee and Westside Micro-computer Users Discussion Group.
He is past chairman of the CalCPA State Technology Committee, former member of the AICPA Information Technology Practices Sub-Committee and previously served on the Information Technology Alliance board of directors. He is a member of various other AICPA and CalCPA planning committees for courses, conferences and computer shows.