The Miami Finance Forum CEO Power Breakfast, “Hacked! Now What?”
Wednesday, February 29, 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
2 South Biscayne Blvd., #1400
Miami, FL 33131
COST: Members: $25; Non-members: $65
(limited seating, must pre-pay – walk-ins will not be accepted)
CONTACT: Elena Djakonova: (866) FF-Miami or Elena@MiamiFinanceForum.com
The Miami Finance Forum (MFF) will serve as host to a “CEO Power Breakfast” and panel discussion titled, “Hacked! Now What?” The panel, moderated by Jim Baldinger, attorney with Carlton Fields and leader of the West Palm Beach office’s business litigation and trade regulation practice group, will provide online security counsel and guidance related to cyber hacking and security risks.
Speakers will discuss the increased risk and the origins of cyber crimes, the legal and financial liabilities of online security breaches, and practical strategies and tactics to help avoid becoming a victim.
It’s critical in today’s digital information age to understand how to protect your personal and corporate online assets,” said Kevin Henry, MFF board member and vice president of business development and investment banking with Noble Financial Capital Markets. “Our panelists will discuss options for companies and consumers to help mitigate online security threats and minimize potential risks.”
Panel speakers include security analysts and technology officers from top regional and national firms and organizations:
· Gary Spivak, Senior Research Analyst, Noble Financial
· Mauricio Angee, Information Security Manager, Mercantil Commercebank
· Paul Sop, CTO, Prolexic
· Vance Luse, Deputy Special Agent, US Secret Service
· Paul Henry, CEO, vNet Security
The MFF is a not-for-profit organization supporting the growth of South Florida’s network of finance and investment professionals. It is dedicated to expanding the knowledge base and professional practices of its members while ensuring the region continues to attract and retain top talent. Its membership roster is comprised of professionals experienced in private equity, hedge funds, venture capital, commercial banking, investment banking, wealth management, law, accounting and other related professional-services industries. Since its founding in 2006, the MFF has been known for its event series, including its panel discussions, private roundtables and happy hour mixers. More information is available at www.miamifinanceforum.com.Be sure to tell them Soul Of Miami sent you!
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