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November Luncheon plus 2nd session- Fraud and Cybersecurity

We launch our NEW format of two sessions for double the credit at once. You can join us for one or both segments, but the topics align nicely. Those that use PREPAID tickets will be charged for (2) events if both segments are selected.

11/15/2017
When: November 15, 2017
From 12:00 Noon thru 3:00 PM
Where: Maggianos Restaurant- Downtown Denver
500 16th Street
Denver, Colorado  80202
United States
Contact: Beth Ongun/Kim Lott
303-973-2555


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November RMAFP Luncheon & Presentations

Date: Wednesday, November 15
Location: Maggiano’s Restaurant, 500 16th St., Denver, CO (Downtown)

Agenda:
12:00-12:30         Arrival, Check In & Lunch
12:30-12:45         Lunch + RMAFP Opening Remarks
12:45-1:45           Session 1: Cybersecurity & Fraud in Your Company
                                Presenters: Annette Tedesco, Treasury Systems Manager, Arrow Electronics &
                                Blair Drake, Business Development, Robert Half’s Management Resource Division
1:45-2:00              Break
2:00-3:00              Session 2: Using the Experts: How to Combat Fraud & Cyber Fraud
                                Presenters: EKS&H Team (Gabriel Cisneros, Kevin Deautremont, Christopher Clark)

** Session registrations are separate registrations **

Session 1 Description: In this day and age, most companies have been directly impacted by fraud and cybersecurity attacks. This panel is composed of practitioners that have firsthand experience with cybersecurity attacks and employee-perpetrated fraud. Come learn about how these attacks occurred, the companies’ responses and how you can help prevent similar attacks at your company.

Session 2 Description: We’ll begin by discussing occupations fraud and asset misappropriation, methods to prevent and detect fraud, and fraud investigations. Afterwards, we’ll transition into providing an overview of the cyber-threats relevant to financial professionals, which will largely focus on spear- phishing, malware, and attacks against passwords and other credentials. We’ll examine each of these threats in depth and detail and discuss what you can do to mitigate risks associated with them.


Thank you to our sponsors: TCF Bank and EKS&H

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