How safe is my data and intellectual property?

NEW PERILS IN A CONNECTED WORLD by Stew Nelson

 How safe is my data and intellectual property? – What do I do if it is compromised? – How much is a data breach going to cost me? –

What can I do to adequately protect my company from a data breach?

Kapnick Insurance Group is pleased to announce a data security panel discussion open to the public at Kapnick Insurance Group’s Ann Arbor office located at 1201 Briarwood Cir., Ann Arbor, MI, 48108 on December 12, 2011 from 7:00AM to 9:30AM  to discuss these important issues facing virtually every business.

Participating in the panel discussion are; Mark Ford, Deloitte Touche, Privacy and Security consultant, Joseph Dylewski, ATMP Solutions, HIPAA Expert and Consultant, Adam Goslin, High Bit Security, Network Security Analyst/ PCI consultant, Stephen Tupper, attorney, Dykema Gossett, privacy practice leader and Mike Klein, President, Online Tech, the largest data center hosting provider in Michigan. The panel discussion is being moderated by Stewart Nelson, Kapnick Insurance, Account Executive.

Business owners,  Executives, Managers and  IT professionals, from any company that stores information or data that they would not want to share with the world – should plan to attend. The panelists will discuss; how to prevent data loss, what to do after you’ve been hacked and how to comply with numerous federal regulations such as HIPAA, HITECH, PCI and state laws governing breach notification rules and other pertinent topics. There will be time for questions and answers after the panel discussion.

“Kapnick Insurance Group is pleased to be able to sponsor this educational seminar in our new Ann Arbor location and Auditorium bringing  together an outstanding group of experts to discuss the risk implications of storing data in a connected world” said Jim Kapnick, President of Kapnick Insurance Group.

Don’t Delay!  Online registration is only open to the 1st – 100 individuals that sign up at http://tiny.cc/n3cwm

Questions regarding the seminar can be directed to Stewart.Nelson@Kapnick.com