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Cyber Security: Look Both Ways

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Mark C. Jasinski, CISA, CIPP
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1 Hour
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While T-Mobile and Google were among major companies hacked in 2018, Forbes reported 58 percent of cyberattacks are on small businesses, leaving no one out of the crosshairs. Review cybersecurity issues, while studying the top five examples of how small businesses get compromised in order to ensure your blind spots are minimal.

Basic Course Information

Learning Objectives
  • Examine the myriad of ways a company can be breached and the ways to mitigate those breaches

Major Subjects
  • Sources of Information
  • The Threat Landscape
  • Top 5 Threats Case Studies
    • Phishing
    • Stolen Passwords
    • Misconfiguration
    • Privilege Abuse
    • Malware

Course Materials


Mark C. Jasinski, CISA, CIPP Related seminars and products

  • Certified Information Systems Auditor since November 6, 2015.
  • Consulted on matters of IT security and Internal Controls with Small to Medium-Sized businesses in various industries.
  • Worked as a governance, risk, and compliance analyst for 3 years in Financial services sector focused on Sarbanes-Oxley and FFIEC Cyber Security standards.
  • Have worked at Kelly Services, Inc for close to three years and currently employed as Internal Audit Manager with focus on areas of IT risk. 


Thu, Feb 17, 2022 - 01:30pm to 02:30pm EST

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Basic Course Information



Advanced Preparation


Designed For

CPAs, controllers, CFOs, IT professionals and anyone tasked with securing data at a company

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