Protecting Your Business, Cybersecurity, and Working Remotely During COVID-19
March 26, 2020
Most people today are familiar with the terms “Phishing”, “Hacking” and “Malware”. Those terms are accepted as activities to get access, connections, and information to create a transaction where an entity can profit from an unauthorized or illegal activity.
The term “Cyber security” refers to the body of technologies, processes, and practices designed to protect networks, devices, programs, and data from attack, damage, or unauthorized access. Cyber security may also be referred to as information technology security.
This program has been designed to educate the credit executive about cyber-fraud and steps which may be taken to protect you and your company from these crimes.
What You’ll Learn:
During this webinar you will learn what steps you can take to protect yourself and your company from cyber-fraud. With most businesses moving to remote work because of COVID-19, we want to bring some insight on how to best protect your business activities from home.
Webinar slide deck:
About the presenter: Wanda Borges
WANDA BORGES, ESQ. is the principal member of Borges & Associates, LLC, a law firm based in Syosset, New York. For more than forty years, Ms. Borges has concentrated her practice on commercial litigation and creditors’ rights in bankruptcy matters, representing corporate clients and creditors’ committees throughout the United States in Chapter 11 proceedings, out of court settlements, commercial transactions and preference litigation.
She is a member and Past President of the Commercial Law League of America and has been an Attorney Member of its National Board of Governors, a Chair of the Bankruptcy Section and Creditors’ Rights Section. She is the President of the Commercial Law League Fund for Public Education. She is a member of several bar associations, including the American Bar Association and the American Bankruptcy Institute. Ms. Borges serves on the Board of Directors of the International Association of Commercial Collectors, of which her firm is an associate member.
She is an internationally recognized lecturer and author on various legal topics including Bankruptcy Issues such as 503(b)(9) claims and preferences, the Uniform Commercial Code, ECOA, FCRA, antitrust law, and current legal issues such as Credit Card Surcharge issues, Social Media, Cybersecurity and Ethics for the Trade Credit Grantor and current proposed legislation that may impact trade credit grantors.