When: Wednesday, January 21, 2015 @ 7:45 am
Where: Citrin Cooperman | 529 5th Avenue | NYC | 10017
Attention attorneys! Looking to protect your clients’ data? You’re invited to SUM Innovation’s Cyber Security panel on January 21, 2015. Citrin Cooperman’s Michael Feller, CPA has graciously agreed to MC the event in their New York offices.
SUM Innovation has curated a panel of experts to discuss the myriad of considerations that come into play when safeguarding your firm’s and your clients’ data.
Clifford Franklin is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Sabre Integrated Security Systems. Sabre designs, installs and maintains electronic security systems such as; access control, video surveillance and intruder alarms. Prior to establishing Sabre in 2000, he spent six years with Fire and Security, Inc., as Vice President of Operations, with responsibility for acquisitions in the United States.
Clifford is a member of ASIS International, The St George’s Society of New York and is currently serving on the board of the Greenwich Village-Chelsea chamber of commerce.
Prior to his role as Chief Executive Officer of SUM Innovation, Mathew served as the Development & Communications Director for The Bookkeeping Center, a workforce agency that assisted individuals aspiring to enter the accounting industry. A graduate of Goldman Sach’s 10,000 Small Business program, Heggem is responsible for the #SUMTech initiative, which explores the intersections between accounting and technology.
Topics slated for discussion include:
What is cyber crime?
How does it occur?
Who’s at risk?
How do we protect ourselves?
How does this topic relate to the overall topic of security?
What lessons are we learning as a result of recent events, e.g. Sony?
Kenny Li, CTO, Citrin Cooperman
Dominic Piccirillo, CEO, The Cody Group
Thomas Ruskin, CEO CMP, Protective & Investigative Group, Inc.
Richard Schatzberg, SWK Technologies
Maia Spilman, Founder, Law Office of Maia T. Spilman
Evan White, Esq., Partner, White Harris PLLC
And here’s some food for thought:
New York Times Article, Neglected Server Provided Entry for JPMorgan Hackers
So come one, come all! Bring a notepad and hang loose. This is going to be epic!