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Breaches cost small to medium sized businesses an average of nearly $3 million per incident!  Our panel of experts will provide you with ways to protect your business, your customers and your data that can be implemented easily and effectively.

 

Thursday, November 10th | 8:00 AM – 9:30 AM
FinTech Building, Star Campus | Newark, DE 

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Panelists

Dr. Tim Carrington has over 23 years of IT/Cybersecurity experience. Tim has spent his most recent professional years building and implementing compliance programs with NIST, ISO, CMMC, SOC, and FFIEC. Tim holds a Doctorate of Education in Innovation & Leadership and a Master of Science in Information Assurance. 

William Denny has a business and litigation practice, focusing on commercial and corporate transactions, vendor management, mergers and acquisitions, data privacy and security and information technology. He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) and a Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) having represented public and privately held companies and government entities in a wide range of technology transactions, even taking on a leading role in drafting and negotiating Delaware’s amendment to its computer security breach law.

Andrew Ziegler is a recognized expert in the field of Small Business Continuity and Resiliency as a DRII Certified Business Continuity Professional serving clients worldwide from a variety of industries. He is the founder and president of Tempest Risk Management based in Wilmington after spending 25 years in corporate risk management and 19 years as a volunteer firefighter. Andy provides workshops and training to business groups and national conferences such as America’s SBDC and Disaster Recovery Journal.

 Greg Gurev is head sherpa and CEO of MySherpa, an award-winning managed IT and security services serving the greater Philadelphia region. 

Gurev earned his B.A. in communications from Pennsylvania State University. He is a member of Evolve, a national peer group of IT professionals that are “go-givers” to other IT businesses. In addition, Greg is an active Rotarian at the Brandywine 100 club and past president of the Technology Forum of Delaware. 

Moderator

Jacob Blacksten, a University of Delaware graduate of the Lerner College of Business and Economics, received his BS (2016) as a dual major in Finance and Management Information Systems As well as his MBA (2020). Returning to Delaware after serving as a Digital Forensic Investigator in the Manhattan, NYC office of Stroz Friedberg an AON Company, a global risk management firm specializing in cybersecurity, investigation, eDiscovery, intellectual property and due diligence.

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