How to protect your organization from cyberattacks in today's digital world

CPAs can help reduce the risk of cyber attacks. Explore the prominent cybersecurity issues facing businesses today as you learn how to protect organizational assets against cyber threats, focusing on malware and common IT deficiencies.

Event Details

Location and date:
Online February 20, 2019 - 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. EST

As the pace of technology accelerates, CPAs need to recognize and protect their organizations against digital threats. Cyber attacks can happen to any organization, regardless of its size, and being able to identify and correct organizational weaknesses in a timely manner can often make all the difference.

In this virtual classroom experience, you will use a case study to understand key issues in cybersecurity risk management and analyze the types of costs organizations can incur to protect against cyber attacks. Specifically, you will focus on how to recognize malware, one of the most common types of cyberattacks and analyze malware best practices to reduce risk.

Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.



$395.00

3 CPD hour(s)
Pricing & registration

You will learn about:

  • best practices for organizations to protect themselves against malware
  • how to determine whether your organization is vulnerable to cyberattacks
  • how to better understand and quantify the costs associated with cyberattacks

More Details:

Speakers/Presenters
Venue[s] and Accommodation[s]

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Webinar


Frequently asked questions:

New to CPA Canada, the virtual classroom is an online learning platform that allows you to connect with experts and your peers to ask questions, share ideas and participate in real time. It is a premium digital experience featuring an interactive case study and live group work.

Note: Space is limited to the first 25 people who register.

Disclaimer

This material is provided for educational purposes only. Although it has been carefully prepared and reviewed, the presenter and Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) cannot accept legal responsibility for its contents or for any consequences arising from its use. The materials are meant to provoke and facilitate thought and reflection. The guidance provided to participants in response to these items is not to be interpreted as conclusive judgment on any specific situation and should not be directly applied to other situations.

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Contacts

Please contact:

Member Development and Support
Tel: 1-800-268-3793
Email: customerservice@cpacanada.ca