Cybersecurity is Topic for May 24 Program Hosted by TMA Upstate New York Chapter
The Upstate New York Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association will host a Cybersecurity program featuring O&A attorney Kurt Bratten, who manages our Cybersecurity and HIPAA Compliance practices, and GreyCastle Security CEO Reg Harnish. The program will be held Thursday, May 24 at Shaker Ridge Country Club in Colonie at 5:30 p.m.
The panel will discuss the increasing scope and sophistication of cyber attacks that are affecting businesses of all sizes and types. The potential impact on organizations is substantial and can include liability, damaged reputation and loss of business.
“It is critically important that we recognize the ramifications of cybersecurity events and take necessary steps to secure our personal and professional electronic data,” said O&A business attorney Matthew Jackson, who is President of the TMA Upstate New York Chapter which will host the event in conjunction with the Empire Chapter of the Risk Management Association. “We hope that you will join us at this presentation and networking event,” he said.
TMA is a global non-profit organization comprised of turnaround and corporate renewal professionals with more than 8,300 members in 55 chapters including 32 in North America. TMA members are a professional community that seeks to strengthen the global economy by working to save distressed businesses, assist management to navigate off-plan events, and help healthy companies avoid similar pitfalls.
Registration is available on the TMA website.
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