The Center for Responsible Entrepreneurship and Trade (CREATe.org), a non-governmental organization that maintains a partnership with ETCO for the dissemination of knowledge, held a virtual seminar on April 16 (webinar) on data protection for companies against the risk of cyber theft. The seminar was led by CREATe.org founder and CEO Pamela Passman, former vice president of legal and corporate affairs at Microsoft, and data protection specialist Allen Dixon.
In the virtual lecture, which can be watched through the image below, the CEO cited the recent example of Sony, which had its system hacked by hackers. They erased data, such as financial results, hampering the production of balance sheets, and leaked the most varied confidential information on the internet: from movie scripts and contracts with cinema directors to internal employee evaluations and even their health records.
According to CREATe.org, last year, the number of companies that revealed losses in excess of $ 20 million due to data leakage grew by 92% compared to 2013. Studies cited by the organization also show that 71% of invasions cybernetics are not even noticed by companies.
CREATe.org provides consultancy services for protection against data theft and compliance. The NGO has a system for evaluating corporate data security practices on its website. Can be accessed through from this address.
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Online seminar, promoted by the global NGO Create.org, shows what a company can do to prevent intellectual property theft.
In this webinar recorded on 16/04/2015, experts Pamela Passman and Allen Dixon of Create.org show how to identify risks to confidential information; how a company is more vulnerable to breaches of digital data and files; how the IT system can protect the IP; and how to integrate IP protection into business operations.
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Did you know that whoever appropriates a company's confidential information is the internal public? According to the most recent Global Survey on Information Security, conducted by PwC, only 54% of companies have programs to identify data vulnerability and 56% survey data collection, transmission and storage.
In addition, 71% do not even detect the vulnerability of the data and, on the other hand, grew 92%, compared to 2013, the number of companies that registered losses of US $ 20 million or more due to security breach.
The growing wave of information security breaches and internal threats poses a major risk to the heart of a company: intellectual property. Trade secrets can be passed on to competitors via simple e-mail and cyber attacks can reach corporate networks and allow strangers to access confidential data.
What can a company do to protect itself? Create.org experts Pamela Passman and Allen Dixon will discuss this for an hour at a webinar or webinar. They will show you how to identify risks to confidential information; how a company is more vulnerable to breaches of digital data and files; how the IT system can protect the IP; and how to integrate IP protection into business operations.
Data: April 16, 2015 - 11 am to noon (Brasília time)
Link to registration: https://cc.readytalk.com/cc/s/registrations/new?cid=gnvip11otycp
New laws in several countries and increased enforcement have led many companies to take steps to prevent acts of corruption. How do these companies manage to reduce the risks of corruption? To discuss the issue and answer that question, Create.org has scheduled a webinar, or webinar, to be conducted by experts Leslie Benson and Craig Moss. The main points to be addressed at the Companies and Corruption seminar: Risks, Rules and Responsibilities will be: how global anti-corruption actions can affect your company; the measures that your company can take; cases of application of compliance programs; the risks that companies run and some ways of engaging partners and subsidiaries. Those interested in attending the seminar can now register via the Create.org website.
Data: March 13, 2015 - 11 am to noon (Brasília time)
Link to registration: https://cc.readytalk.com/cc/s/registrations/new?cid=nda1o9az5lr6