Total Credits: 2 including 2 Business Management & Organization - Non-technical
The vulnerabilities of information technology (IT) have spawned a proliferation of Privacy statutes that create new exposures and obligations to all organizations. This Course addresses the SEC (US Securities & Exchange Commission) views regarding disclosure obligations of Public companies and how they apply to accountants. It provides practical steps accounting firms can follow to identify cyber risks, measure exposures, improve information security while mitigating and and transferring risk.
*judging the potential costs to a company of a successful cyber-attack
*loss of intellectual property
*breach of customer data privacy
*service and business interruptions
*damage to physical infrastructure (e.g. corrupted servers)
*loss of brand value
*loss of stock market value
*class action litigation
*scope of cyber (IT) security issues as they apply to Accounting Practices
*SEC views regarding disclosure
*what is cyber security
*how it affects you and your clients
*why you should care about it and your responsibilities
*cyber threats to your business and you
*cyber attacks (phishing and hacking) and their impacts
*managing and mitigating the impacts
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Professor Ruml did his undergraduate studies at Ohio State, Hebrew and Ambassador Universities. His Master’s degree was completed at the California State University. He is currently working on his doctorate in Business Administration at Northcentral University. Professor Ruml completed the Certified Financial Manager program at the Donald Regan School in Princeton, as well as achieving securities licenses in General Securities and Options (Series 7), Managed Futures and Commodities (Series 31), State Agent (Series 63), and Federal Investment Advisor (Series 65). He is a registered Property, Casualty, Life, Accident & Health, Variable Life, and Variable Annuity agent.
Professor Ruml began his career as a Reinsurance Broker in New York, where he created the first computer-based natural catastrophe models in-house for a major reinsurance intermediary. In the 1990's he was a co-founder of a British public software corporation (reinsurance underwriting/actuarial software, and corporate insurance distance learning), and was, in the following decade, an equity partner at a Columbus area boutique/specialist professional liability insurance firm, where he ran marketing and the loss control program.
As a global executive (and sometimes expatriate), Professor Ruml has lived in or extensively visited countries in North America, Europe, the Middle East, East Asia, and the South Pacific. He currently serves as a professor in the Graduate School of Business at Ohio Dominican University where he designed and teaches the Corporate Information Strategy & Management course.
Darren is Executive Vice President at Dawson Companies, an AssuredPartners Company. His background is in IT Security and Enterprise Risk Management with a focus on information security. He works nationwide with a wide range of clients ranging from manufacturers, software developer, franchise systems, and technology/IT-related companies. Darren helps bridge the gap between the cyber exposures a company faces and the ability to reduce their risk and in some cases, transferring that risk to an insurance company.
He has been with the company for over 17 years.
Tue, Sep 25, 2018 - 10:00a to 11:41a EDT
Wed, Oct 10, 2018 - 08:00a to 09:41a EDT
Fri, Oct 26, 2018 - 09:00a to 10:41a EDT
Thu, Nov 08, 2018 - 09:00a to 10:41a EST
Mon, Nov 26, 2018 - 10:00a to 11:41a EST
Mon, Dec 10, 2018 - 02:00p to 03:41p EST
*accountants, *accounting firms, *their employees and *others working for financial service organizations.
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