About This Event
Data privacy is more than an IT or compliance concern. Data breaches and identity theft are among the most common security risks for businesses today. The average cost to mitigate a data breach is $4 million or $158 per compromised record. In addition, businesses are losing the trust of their customers whose personal information has been compromised. Organization owners and managers are responsible for the privacy of sensitive information. It’s more important than ever for businesses owners, HR practitioners, and those in finance, security and IT to understand how to prevent breaches and what to do when one occurs.
The cost of the event is $345.00. Hodges students and employees, and non-profit and government employees may attend at a discounted rate of $295.00.
Register by March 10, 2017 for a discounted rate of $275.00.
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This course has been accepted for 6 General CLE credits from the Florida Bar Association.
Registration for this event closes March 17, 2017.
Who should attend:
Legal professionals that are responsible for the security of protected personal identifying information.
By attending this program, you will gain the ability to:
- Discover how data breaches occur
- Learn the consequences of a breach
- Learn how to reduce the risk of a breach
- Identify applicable privacy laws
- Explore beyond the Florida Bar Rules on privacy
- Develop a data breach response plan
- Enhance data privacy policies
- Attendees will receive a
Certificate of Completion from Hodges University and proof of CE credits, if
Carrie Kerskie is a highly sought-after national speaker, trainer, author and consultant on the topics of identity theft, fraud and data privacy. She is the author of the book, Your Public Identity; Because Nothing is Private Anymore and a contributing writer for Agingcare.com and Naples Daily News. Carrie has been quoted in numerous publications such as Real Simple magazine and TechRepublic.com. She appears regularly on various news programs on NBC-2, ABC-7, Fox 4, NPR and WINK News.
In 2014 Congressman Diaz-Balart lauded Carrie with a Congressional Record for her work on identity theft. In 2015 Carrie was the driving force behind strengthening Florida’s identity theft laws including making business identity theft a crime in the state.