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Cybersecurity 101 for Remote and Hybrid Workplaces
Cybersecurity is top of mind for most organizational leaders today – particularly those operating a hybrid or fully remote workplace. Cyber experts predict that overall cybercrime costs could reach $10.5 trillion a year by 2025. While it is nearly impossible to avoid ALL risks, you can effectively prevent and mitigate many of them.

Now is the opportune time to protect yourself against bad actors trying to corrupt and steal your confidential and proprietary information. To help you get into a cybersecurity state of mind, we have designed this introductory webinar for leaders looking for ways to get started on their cybersecurity journey. Led by two experienced CIOs, our webinar will help attendees learn cybersecurity basics, how to foster a Security Mindset throughout their workforce, and become familiar with basic best practices for establishing and maintaining their cybersecurity.

NOTE: Attendees will receive 1 CAE Credit toward their initial certification or renewal.

Sep 22, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Tammy Marko, PMP
IT Consultant and Fractional CIO @Achurch Consulting
Tammy is a seasoned IT executive, certified Project Management Professional (PMP), and CIO who brings more than 22 years of experience to Achurch’s consulting team. For the last 12 years, she has focused primarily on working with Associations. Tammy has built IT departments from the ground up, developed organization-wide policies, created, and executed upon IT strategic roadmaps, completed digital modernization initiatives, and led a seven-figure major office renovation project. She has also led AMS, CMS, and LMS projects from inception through implementation. Tammy leverages her IT consulting experiences from working with the U.S. Department of Defense and intelligence community, along with her association experiences.
George Rears, MBA, PMP, CSM
IT Consultant and Fractional CIO @Achurch Consulting
George is an experienced technology leader and CIO who optimizes businesses by creating environments that produce positive results. For over twenty years, he has leveraged his technology background to manage cross-functional teams by mentoring, coaching, and motivating others through mutual respect and trust. Possessing an MBA from Rutgers Business School, Project Management Professionals (PMP), and Certified Scrum Master (CSM) certifications allows George to manage in a traditional Waterfall methodology or Agile methodology effectively or lead in a blended environment. He uses his knowledge and experience to build strong teams that deliver consistently successful results.