i3, LLC has announced an important session geared toward family office and family business data security.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our world. Within this changing environment, one constant remains clear; criminals adapt quickly and target the diligent and unaware alike.
Bad actors have increased cyber-attacks and capitalize on strained technology security teams. They may launch their attacks under the cover of COVID-19 related information while using tactics such as phishing, whaling, malware, sale of counterfeit goods, investment fraud, and more. Pandemic-themed scams targeting businesses and remote workers include Public Health scams, Government Alert and Check scams, Business Email scams, IT Department email scams, Supply scams, Robocall scams and Data scams.
Join i3 and Black Lantern Security on April 23 at 3PM ET as we discuss how you can protect your business and your employees in unusual times. Learn:
1. How to identify new and novel sources of pandemic-based, business risk;
2. Where to concentrate limited cybersecurity resources;
3. What to do in the event of a cybersecurity incident.
About Dr. Philip Hartlieb, Founder and Principal Security Consultant
Dr. Philip Hartlieb is a founding member and Principle Security Consultant for Black Lantern Security (BLS), LLC. He previously served as the Director of an NSA-certified Red Team where he led a team providing Red Teaming and Penetration Testing services for the Department of Defense (DoD). Dr. Hartlieb received his PhD. in Materials Science and Engineering from North Carolina State University and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Physics from the State University of of New York, College at Geneseo.
About Black Lantern Security
Black Lantern Security is dedicated to developing security solutions specifically tailored to the customer’s business objectives.
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Family Business Recovery after a Pandemic: Communicating Resiliency to Customers, Vendors, Employees & Community with Dr. Robert Chandler
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Rarely has our nation experienced such serious social and economic impacts as those we see from the COVID-19 pandemic.
While businesses struggle with significant supply chain interruptions, employee absenteeism is reaching unmanageable numbers, infrastructure is strained and shelter-in-place orders in some states have closed businesses, schools, events and public gatherings completely.
The question for every Family Business becomes one of recovery after the event; how do we rebuild short-term losses and communicate resiliency to our customers, employees, vendors and communities?
We invite you to join i3’s CEO Kevin Heaton for a 90-minute session with noted Crisis Communications Professor & book author of “Surviving the Pandemic”, Dr. Robert Chandler of Lipscomb University.
Who should attend: Family Business and Family Office CXO suite and leadership teams, officers, Board Members, Family Council Members, communication teams, crisis teams.
Robert C. Chandler, Ph.D. is an accomplished researcher and scholar with more than 150 academic and professional papers, more than 50 academic and professional articles and publications, and he is the author, co-author or editor of nine books. He has served as a faculty member at prestigious universities and his innovative programs and highly sought curriculum offerings have earned him an international following. He is an expert in organizational and business communication with a specialty in organizational crisis communication including communication during emergencies, crises, and disasters, as well as health and risk communication priorities for pandemics and other public health crises.
i3 is a boutique private asset management firm providing high net worth families, closely-held companies and private institutions access to relevant information, the infrastructure to acquire and manage assets, and investment options that allow the preservation and continued re-investment of capital