• Security Summit

Security Summit

Today's Critical Protections in Business and Workplace Security

Now more than ever before, businesses, organizations, and workplaces are threatened by 21st-century attacks. From cybercrimes to workplace crimes, the potential damage can be catastrophic.

This half-day summit focuses on educating members on identifying, understanding, and reducing security threats and workplace risks to businesses and organizations. Topics covered include

  • Cybersecurity: a serious threat to all businesses
  • Third Party Harassment: the fastest growing negligence threat to businesses and organizations
  • Workplace Crisis Planning

Featuring experts from RSM US LLP and The Friedman Group, the day will include panel discussions, presentations, and conversations that will help you learn how to mitigate, diagnose, and protect your business and workplace in today's economy.

Summit Agenda

11:30 am:           Registration

11:45 am:           Welcome and lunch served.

12:00-1:00 pm: “Cyber and National Security Threats to Businesses”
Lunch keynote, Vincent VociSenior Policy Manager, National Security and Emergency Preparedness, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

1:00-2:00 pm:    "Why is Cybersecurity Important?"
Industry Expert, Tauseef GhaziPrincipal, Risk Advisory Services, RSM US LLP

2:00-2:25 pm:    “The Future of PCI: How to reduce risk”
Travis WendlingRSM US LLP

2:25-2:40 pm:    "Cyber Liability: We’ve Got Coverage For That, Don’t We…?"
Dan WellikThe Friedman Group

2:40-3:00 pm:    “Cybersecurity Panel and Q&A”
Moderator: Vincent Voci, U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Panelists: Tauseef Ghazi, RSM US LLP; Travis Wendling, RSM US LLP; Dan Welik, The Friedman Group; and Autumn Hurley, RSM US LLP

3:00-3:30 pm:    “Trends in Workplace Harassment”
Panelists: Darin Harmon, Kintzinger Law Firm; Scott DeSousa, The Friedman Group; and Lori Stewart, Honkamp Krueger

3:30-4:00 pm: “Prevention, Protection, and Correction: Best Practices and Strategies for Reducing Risk”

  • Prevention: Lori Stewart, Honkamp Kruger
    “Preventable Breaches: Policy Manuals, Training, and Employment Screening”
  • Protection: Scott DeSousa, The Friedman Group
    “Protecting for Employer Liability”
  • Correction: Darin Harmon, Kintzinger Law Firm
    “Investigative Do’s and Don’ts”

4:00-4:30 pm: “Workplace Harassment Panel”
Panelists: Darin Harmon, Kintzinger Law Firm; Scott DeSousa, The Friedman Group; and Lori Stewart, Honkamp Kruger

Lunch Keynote

Our lunch keynote for the Security Summit will be Vincent Voci, Senior Policy Manager, National Security and Emergency Preparedness, U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Vincent Voci handles homeland and national security issues, with a particular focus on cybersecurity, on behalf of the Chamber’s 200-plus National Security Task Force members.

Voci provides strategic guidance and support to the senior vice president of the department. He is actively engaged in developing and executing the department’s policy agenda and advocates on behalf of the U.S. business community on a wide range of cybersecurity issues before the U.S. Congress and government officials.

Voci leads the Chamber’s cybersecurity Education and Awareness Campaign. Improving Today. Protecting Tomorrow.TM, which focuses on advancing cybersecurity policies and legislation while educating businesses of all sizes about cyber threats and how to protect against them.

Previously, Voci worked for former Sens. Scott Brown (MA) and George Allen (VA) and at the departments of Transportation and Homeland Security.

Voci is a graduate of American University in Washington, D.C. with a B.A. in political science. A native of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, he currently resides in Alexandria, Virginia.

Register Today!

Cost to attend
Members: $59.00
Non-members: $79.00

Complimentary for Ultimate and Platinum Sponsors.

To register contact the Chamber office at 563.557.9200 or click here to register for this event.

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