Cybersecurity: Why You Should Give a Dam

July 12, 2022
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EDT
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Do you have a cybersecurity plan in place? Does it protect all of your assets? Does it sufficiently enable you to respond to a cyber incident?

Implementing individual security tools is one element of building your ‘cyber dam’, but as attackers become more sophisticated, they can still get through. Much like a dam, a single crack in your cybersecurity plan can have devastating results.

Join us for Cybersecurity: Why You Should Give a Dam for insights on the 5 key steps to build an effective cybersecurity plan: strategy, identify, protect, build, and policy. 

Cybersecurity is more important than ever. Every year, cyberattacks increase 50%, with the average global cost per breach at $3.92 million. Make sure your organization is  cyber ready. 

Key Takeaways: 

  • The growing risks small- to mid-sized businesses are facing  (Did you know that 43% of all data breaches involve small and medium-sized businesses?)
  • What risks you’re taking when you’re under-prepared
  • Where and how to get started with strengthening your organization’s cybersecurity
  • How to leverage industry cybersecurity standards to determine where you need to be

When: Tuesday, July 12, from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. EDT

Who should attend: 

Please join us if you’re looking to gain a thorough understanding of how to better protect your organization from the increasing number of cyber attacks.

There is hope when it comes to avoiding a cyberattack, and we are here to help you navigate these ever-growing threats. Sign up today — we look forward to seeing you there!





James serves as the executive sponsor for the Rehmann Technology Solutions team (RTS) which simplifies solutions and empowers clients to leverage technology, propelling their business forward.
James also oversees digital process innovation. He works with a team to define, develop and manage a diverse digital project portfolio. He is responsible for coordinating and managing comprehensive changes that address everything from updating how a company operates to building out entirely new businesses.

He has over three decades of experience developing strategic plans and innovative solutions, as well as implementing practical office and plant-floor solutions.



Paul provides clients with peace of mind by leading cybersecurity consulting, information security assessments, vulnerability and penetration testing, social engineering testing, information security training and Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) 404 consulting engagements for a variety of organizations. Paul has extensive experience assisting organizations with developing, implementing and improving cybersecurity governance programs and IT controls. 
Additionally, Paul has independently designed and deployed innovative custom technology solutions using modern technology and infrastructure to realize process efficiencies and support business operations. 

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