Can You Afford to Pay $7.35 Million for a Data Breach?
Yes, you! Can you afford the risks of a data breach? The average cost is $7.35 million.
All businesses of all sizes are at risk.
Hacker attacks occur every 39 seconds.
One in five businesses experienced downtime for at least 25 hours due to ransomware. Can you and your staff – and the individuals you serve – afford this loss in time?
Cybersecurity Training Is Essential for All Staff
To minimize this risk, all staff – not just employees who focus mainly on information technology (IT) – need to be trained. NJAMHAA’s IT Project offers solutions: Training at its upcoming Annual Conference, Invasion of the Data Snatchers, on May 8, 2018 at the Pines Manor in Edison, NJ.
Cybersecurity specific presentations include Demystifying Hacking; Cyber-Threat Management: Awareness, Prevention, Recovery and Coverage; Network Security beyond the Firewall; and 2018 Cybersecurity Best Practices & Managing HIPAA Compliance on a Budget.
This conference also offers valuable information for executive, human resources, fiscal and other staff! Presentations will include a keynote on The Moneyball CIO – Learning the Science of IT Decision Making and workshops on Employment Law Overview, Taking the Anxiety Out of Interoperability, EHR Lessons Learned in a Fee-for-Service Environment, Implementing Employee Incentive Programs to Help Drive Higher Engagement, Leveraging Technology to Capture Outcomes and Demonstrate Value: Practical Approaches to Moving to Value-Based Care and Engaging Clients through your Website.
Maximize the security and effectiveness of your business! Visit http://njamhaa.org/events#IT today for more details and to register for this essential training!