When it comes to your organization's technology and security, you may be on the right track — you recognize that constant monitoring, testing, and updating of your organization’s defenses are critical — but technology is complex and evolving at a faster pace than most can keep up with.
For many small- and medium-sized organizations, implementing foundational requirements like multi-factor authentication and performing cybersecurity assessments will make an impact, but that may not be enough. Did you know that every four years an organization can expect to get hit with a cyber incident? Are you driving your business forward with yesterday's technology and security at today's speed?
Join us for a complimentary webinar and panel discussion from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. EDT Tuesday, Oct. 19
Find your footing in a shifting technology landscape. Your workforce has gone remote, attack vectors have grown, and the use of cloud applications is on the rise. Are you confident your security has kept pace with all the changes?
Get real about your risks. Increasingly sophisticated attacks and rising recovery costs are putting pressure on organizations. Learn how to quickly calculate your risk.
Strengthen your security. We’ll share the foundational elements every organization needs in place for a strong cybersecurity program, as well as pinpoint the questions your security team should have answers to.
James Carpp, CISA, CRISC, CISM
Chief Digital Officer
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.
Jessica Dore, CISA
Principal, Technology Solutions
As a leader in Rehmann’s technology solutions group, Jessica oversees cybersecurity assessments, information security assessments, vulnerability and penetration testing, social engineering testing, information security training and Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) 404 consulting engagements for publicly-traded companies.
Jessica provides information technology (IT) consulting and security services to a wide range of clients, primarily financial institutions. She is a member of the Firm’s Financial Institutions Leadership Group.
Paul Kennedy, CISA, CISSP
Senior Manager, Technology Solutions
Paul provides clients with peace of mind by leading cybersecurity assessments, 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 businesses.
Additionally, Paul has independently designed and deployed innovative custom technology solutions using modern technology and infrastructure to realize process efficiencies and support business operations. A few of his projects have included developing a unique web content monitoring tool actively used by over 1,000 individuals and assisting companies with low maturity environments to assess and develop robust cybersecurity programs.