Cyber intrusions, sabotage, corporate espionage, fraud, and theft of data and intellectual property—these unfortunate realities in today’s dynamic threat landscape necessitate that an organization respond quickly and appropriately to mitigate the impact. But many organizations struggle to prepare for a thorough and prompt response. What really happens when the organization has to deal with a cyber incident? Our discussion will use real-life examples to see how cyber incidents frequently play out, and what the implications are for organizations and those helping them prepare for future responsiveness.
Marc W Courey, CPA/CFF, JD, LLM, CFE, CICA, CCEP, CIA
Director – Forensic and Litigation Services
Building on more than 25 years of diverse experience in information technology systems, forensic accounting, law practice, and litigation support, Marc provides his clients with assistance including e-discovery and litigation preparedness, incident response, risk assessments and management and internal investigations. He has conducted financial forensic investigations and fraud risk assessments, assisted corporations with the development and implementation of Litigation/E-discovery readiness processes, assisted public companies with Sarbanes-Oxley compliance requirements, and conducted regulatory compliance engagements breach analyses, and internal investigations disclosing fraud and resulting in regulatory enforcement action and referral for criminal prosecution.
*** Note New Location for February, 2019 Meeting***
8000 Norman Center Dr, 8000 Tower Classroom, Located C Level / Skyway, Bloomington, MN 55437