UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA OUTREACH COLLEGE PRESENTS “PROTECTING YOUR DIGITAL ASSETS” CLASS SEPT. 21by Hot Off The Press (Release) on Sep. 03, 2013, under Press Releases
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TUCSON, AZ (August 26, 2013) – The University of Arizona Outreach College is presenting “Protecting Your Digital Assets,” a one-day only class for CEOs and others addressing one of today’s most important security questions, “how secure are your digital assets?”
“Protecting Your Digital Assets” will take place Saturday, September 21, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at The Lodge at Ventana Canyon. Lunch will be included.
Class Instructor Doug Baker, Business Technology Consulting Services LLC, will be joined by guest speakers John G. Iannarelli, FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge Phoenix Division and Frank Grimmelmann, CEO, Arizona Cyber Threat Response Alliance, Inc.
According to Baker, “CEOs need to know the risks if their organization’s digital assets are lost, stolen or breached. The laws are changing regarding governance of corporate digital assets. It is crucial to understand what your risks are, who is after you and why, and how you can fight back.”
The class will address the business side of protection with the ways one can identify the risk, assess the vulnerability and mitigate potential problems.
Early Bird Registration, before September 6, $250; after September 6, $299.
For additional information call, 520-990-5633. Register Online at:
The first ten registrants will receive a complimentary risk assessment. All registrants will be entered for a grand prize drawing to win an iPad mini. ###