Cybersecurity is a concern for everyone in the staffing agency space, from local companies to large organizations. Most agencies, however, wouldn’t feel comfortable describing what cybersecurity means to their organizatn because so often it feels like a foreign subject.
In our webinar, we will cover real-life examples of how staffing agencies have taken ownership for knowing and managing their cybersecurity risk. We will also cover how to navigate a relationship with a third-party IT service provider and the right questions you should be asking about cybersecurity.
After completing this course you will be able to:
- Identify common cybersecurity issues that may affect staffing agencies
- Explain solutions to address common cybersecurity issues and recommended frameworks to follow
- Describe success stories from other staffing agencies that have navigated difficult risk areas
- Plan for next steps to guide your organization through a security strategy
- List talking points to engage in conversation with your IT personnel (internal or external)
Speaker: Ray Gandy, CBIZ & MHM New England
Ray is the Director of the IT Risk and Assurance Practice in New England providing IT and security control attest and consultative services. His IT leadership expertise encompasses the areas of security & controls, strategy, infrastructure, applications, and finance. Ray’s experience includes developing and implementing strategic plans, executing large-scale integrations, improving operations, optimizing quality, strengthening security, controlling costs, and ensuring customer satisfaction. Additionally, he provides Cybersecurity Co-sourcing Services, including risk assessments, gap analysis, remediation road maps, reporting and governance/oversight.
Ray’s prior work experience includes over 23 years at United Technologies Corporation (UTC), where he held several positions including Global IT Audit Director, Chief Information Officer for the Power Division, and Director of Infrastructure & IT Security Officer at UTC Aerospace Systems. Ray also served as the Security, Infrastructure, and Acquisition Integration lead on the largest acquisition in UTC history. Preceding UTC, Ray worked as an IT applications developer / analyst at General Dynamics, as well as Raytheon.
NYSA Members: No Charge
Non-Members: $59 per person
This program will be offered as a WEBINAR only.
Cancellations will be accepted via email by September 22, 2020.
No Refunds after September 22, 2020. No-shows will be billed.