Key Steps to Protect Your Company from Cyberthreats

Presented on:
March 19, 2021 8:00 AM PT
1 hour, 30 minutes

As cybersecurity risks increase in the work-from-home environment, many international business owners are wondering how they can protect their companies moving forward. Digital threats are a reality that need to be assessed and planned for—multinational companies must understand risks and the adequacy of their control management.

Join us for a discussion covering key strategies to protect your data. You’ll have the opportunity to connect with a panel of professionals as they answer your questions, address concerns, and expand on key topics, such as:

  • Cyberthreats in the work-from-home environment
  • Cyberliability and risk management
  • Cloud security and infrastructure design best practices
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Amy Chang, Executive Director: Cybersecurity and Technology Controls, JPMorgan Chase

Amy is responsible for fostering and strengthening existing and potential client relationships and identifying opportunities to generate direct business value from cybersecurity. Based in Washington DC, Amy also leads strategy for external operational collaboration between the financial sector, US government partners, and the intelligence community. Amy has been with JPMorgan Chase since 2017.

Scott Takaoka, Vice President, Aon

Scott Takaoka is Vice President, Cyber Solutions Group at Aon. Based out of the firm’s San Francisco office, he is responsible for developing and growing the firm’s relationships with enterprise clients, helping them identify, characterize and proactively manage their cyber-risk and increasing their resilience to cyberevents.

Scott is a part the Aon Cyber Solutions Group, comprised of cyberliability insurance brokers, cybersecurity consultants, digital forensic/incident response practitioners and cyber-risk analysts, providing a comprehensive solution portfolio to assist clients with their cyber-risk management challenges.

Francis Tam, CPA, CISM, CISA, CITP, CRISC, PCIP, PCI QSA, Partner, Moss Adams

Francis has practiced public accounting with a focus on risk and compliance consulting since 1994. He concentrates on risk mitigation activities relating to information technology and security. His expertise includes the application of industry-specific cybersecurity frameworks including the payment card industry (PCI-DSS) security framework, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cybersecurity framework, AICPA’s system and organization controls (SOC 1-2-3) guidance, and others.

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