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Disaster Planning & Cyber Resilience

  • January 17, 2023
  • 11:00 AM - 11:59 AM
  • Group Live


  • Discounted registration for members of the Austin Chapter
  • This type of registration is only available for students who are current members of the Austin Chapter of the ACFE.

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Disaster Planning & Cyber Resilience * NEW Date Tuesday, 01/17 *

Description Cybersecurity is an area in which an "ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."  That was highlighted recently by the ransomware attack on Rackspace, a San Antonio based cloud computing firm.  The resulting weeks-long loss of access to email for thousands of their customers continues to make national news. This presentation will include a discussion of how to prepare for and respond to cybersecurity breaches.   It will also encompass the new (effective 12/31/22) IRS cybersecurity requirements for income tax preparers. 

Speaker:  Neal Juern, President & CEO of Juern Technology, an IT firm based in San Antonio, providing completely managed (& co-managed) IT services & security to small and mid-sized businesses since 2012. Neal is passionate about educating businesses on how to decrease their threat surface so they can operate faster, easier, & more profitably.  He knows the challenges faced by small and large organizations re:  cybersecurity and protecting investments in IT infrastructure. The quality of Juern Technology's work has earned many awards including being named one of the top global managed service providers in 2020.  They were also named the top cybersecurity consulting firm in San Antonio in 2021 and an MSP 501 global award winner in 2022.  Mr. Juern is a highly sought-after speaker and author on a wide variety of topics related to cybersecurity best practices.

Learning Objectives - After attending this session, participants will be able to:  (1) describe best practices for steps to take in responding to data breaches; (2) identify cybersecurity procedures to implement for their employer or clients (including business continuity & disaster recovery plans); (3) define prevention & Zero Trust concepts; and (4) explain IRS cybersecurity requirements for income tax preparers and the relevance of those requirements to other stakeholders.

Recommended CPE credit & Field of Study:  1 CPE hour & Specialized Knowledge

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