SPRING 2023 | Gain key insights to help defend against the latest cyber-threats. REDW’s Cybersecurity expert, Brian Grayek, is a featured speaker at the following events in April and May:
Data Privacy: What Data Do I Need to Protect?
Wednesday, May 24, In-person
At the IIA Phoenix Chapter’s Third Annual Conference, to be held at the Papago Golf Club, Brian Grayek will help attendees address some important questions regarding data privacy and security: What is the most important data your company possesses? How do you know? What precautions and controls should be in place to protect it? This Conference is open to members of the Internal Audit Association and non-members alike.
How to Reduce Your Cybersecurity Risks
Thursday, May 25, Virtual
A virtual workshop for Tribes from REDW
This workshop is applicable to all operational areas of your Tribal organization, whether you’re in IT, Finance, Accounting, Healthcare, or even HR. We will help you learn how to identify areas of your business that are at the highest risk of being targeted by Hackers and Cyber Criminals and the right questions to ask to determine just how vulnerable your Tribal Nation may be to falling victim to a Cyber Attack.
Protecting Your Organization from Cyber Security Threats
Friday, May 12, Virtual
This two‐hour virtual Cybersecurity CPE event is hosted by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Albuquerque, Phoenix, and Tucson Chapters
REDW’s Brian Grayek, CISSP, and Cait Gutierrez, CPA, will take a deep dive into the dark world of ransomware and provide participants with top internal controls that can be implemented to reduce the risks of ransomware.
By participating, you will:
- Understand what ransomware is and why it is so common in today’s business operations.
- Identify strategies for preventing a ransomware attack from happening or responding in the event one does occur.
- Identify the top internal controls to help organization implement strong cybersecurity practices.
- Learn strategies for how internal audit can work with an IT department to test cybersecurity internal controls and provide critical monitoring.
The Fall of Ransomware…Not!
Thursday, May 11, In-person
This presentation is part of a 2023 Cybersecurity Summit hosted by the Arizona Technology Council, Arizona Commerce Authority, and Arizona Cyber Threat Response Alliance (ACTRA).
Arizona’s 10th annual Cybersecurity Summit provides an opportunity for government and business leaders to learn about the threats, vulnerabilities, and consequences related to data security and privacy matters. Expert speakers from Nikola Corporation, CopperPoint Insurance Companies, Palo Alto Networks, Grand Canyon University, and REDW will share their thoughts on how companies can best protect their intellectual property and customer data.
Cybersecurity: Protect Your Tribe’s Assets
Monday, April 24, In-person
A panel session at NAFOA’s 41st Annual Conference in Washington, DC
About the panel discussion: When was the last time you had someone try to penetrate your IT network to make sure your network and data is secure? All networks are vulnerable to outside attacks and remote work can increase the risk of cyberattacks. Employees need to be properly trained on identifying phishing and social engineering. Hear about cybersecurity events that have occurred and how tribal governments can ensure their networks and data are secure.
NAFOA was founded over four decades ago as the Native American Finance Officers Association to highlight the role of tribal finance in fostering economic opportunities. Since that time, NAFOA has grown along with tribal economies. We are committed to supporting tribal economies through sound economic and fiscal policy, innovative learning opportunities, convening thought leadership, and developing resources for tribes that strengthen governance and exercise sovereignty.