Ransomware Attacks, Cybersecurity Insurance, and Mitigating Risk: An HBK Risk Advisory Services Webinar

Ransomware Attacks, Cybersecurity Insurance, and Mitigating Risk

Over the last few years, we’ve heard a great deal about cybersecurity attacks. But they rarely impacted our daily lives. Then a ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline on May 7 led to long lines at gas stations throughout the Southeastern U.S. and a May 30 ransomware attack on meat supplier JBS threatened the nation’s food supply. Americans saw first-hand how personally debilitating a cybersecurity attack could be.

This month’s HBK Risk Advisory Services webinar will address ransomware and its impact on cybersecurity insurance and offer suggestions on mitigating the risk of a ransomware attack.

We will cover the following:

  1. Current ransomware attacks

  2. Cybersecurity insurance implications

  3. What the latest ransomware developments mean for your business

  4. Risk mitigation recommendations


Watch webinar here.

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About the Author(s)
Bill is a Senior Manager in HBK’s IT Department and works out of the firm’s corporate office in Youngstown, Ohio. He specializes in cybersecurity, IT security, external IT audit, internal IT audit, IT consulting, software development, IT governance, PCI-DSS, supply chain, system implementations, and e-Commerce and has worked for a wide range of industries, including the Public Accounting field. Bill is a certified public accountant/certified information technology professional, a certified information system auditor, and a certified supply chain professional. You can reach Bill at 330.758.8613, or by email at wheaven@hbkcpa.com.
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