Taking an Integrated Approach to Mitigating Insider Risk
Medical College of Wisconsin | The Alumni Center Floor – M1060
(8701 Watertown Plank Road, Milwaukee, WI 53226)
Thursday, May 30, 2019
Registration-8:45am | Program-9:15am to 3:30pm | Networking Reception to follow
Cost to Attend:
$85 for Members of MM SHRM or ASIS
$105 for Non-Members
It’s People not Data! HR and Security: A Powerful Partnership for Managing Insider Risk
Presented by: Dawn Cappelli and Karen Cronin, Rockwell
In this session attendees will learn how a strong partnership between human resource and security professionals can help close the critical gap in an organization’s insider threat prevention program. Learn how to build an effective program to reduce the risk of intentional and unintentional cybersecurity related incidents from occurring. Join us in a conversation about how you can add new levels of value by protecting your business and your people.
Legal Implications of Proprietary Business Information
Presented by: Erica Reib, O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C.
In this session attendees will learn of the important employment law considerations in the area of protecting proprietary information. This session will address four (4) general areas: ensuring sound policies and pre-employment agreements, the internal investigative process, post termination support including litigation, and recent trends in state and federal trade secret legislation.
The Fusion Center Role in Insider Risk
Presented by: Detective Carlo Davila, Milwaukee Police Department—Fusion Center
In this session attendees will learn how the fusion center works and its link between the private sector and public law enforcement. Presenters will then explain what, when and how private sector members should report incidents and concerns. Lastly the session will review recent trends in business espionage and the impact it causes.