Cyberattacks pose a real and increasing danger to every employer, regardless of size or industry. While financial services have the greatest number of security incidents, every employer, from small hometown restaurants to international manufacturers, are at risk. Protecting the organization from ransomworms and data breaches must be a whole-of-business priority, as the loss in dollars and trust can cost employers millions of dollars every year.
CONSIDER THESE FINDINGS
IT ALONE ISN'T SUFFICIENT
Cybersecurity used to be viewed as an IT issue, but the best IT can't protect the organization acting alone. With an estimated 27%2 of cyberattacks resulting from employee errors, HR must be involved to minimize the risk and create a culture of cybersecurity as employees are the weakest link in an organization’s cybersecurity.
Approximately 60% of fired employees steal data from their employer.
HR maintains sensitive employee data, data that is appealing to hackers. Protecting this data must be part of the standard operating procedure of every HR professional as they collect and maintain employees' social security numbers, full names, addresses, and dates of birth. One HR professional accessing these records on the free wi-fi at the airport can lead to a catastrophic breach, one that costs the employer hundreds of thousands of dollars in notifications and lost employee trust.
Attend this program to minimize the risk and mitigate the impact of cyberattacks by developing develop a culture of cybersecurity.
|Tina M. Riley, PhD, is an Associate Professor and Associate Director of the School of Human Resources and Labor Relations at Michigan State University (MSU). She is the Director of the School's Human Resource Executive Education program and holds a PhD in Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education as well as a Master of Arts in Labor Relations and Human Resources from MSU. Dr. Riley is a results-based educator and executive coach with expertise helping individual leaders and organizations, achieve their full potential through high-impact communications that build trust and promote inclusion and engagement.
She adopts an engaging and holistic approach to teaching that facilitates learners' ability to move from theory to practice. Her teaching style makes complex concepts accessible to graduate students and seasoned professionals alike. Dr. Riley teaches academic and professional development classes on a variety of HR and leadership topics including communications, leadership development, managing change, diversity and inclusion, conducting workplace investigations, and HR's role in cybersecurity.
Program may be taught by one or more instructors.
|Registration & continental breakfast:||8:00am - 8:30am|
|Program time:||8:30am - 4:30pm|
|Networking lunch:||12:00pm - 1:00pm|
June 19, 2019
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|East Lansing, Michigan|
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