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Cyber Risk, an actionable perspective for the CFO

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We will discuss case studies, types of attacks in various verticals. How it happened; the outcome and costs; what could have prevented it, what the entity is doing moving forward.

How to acquire cyber protection; which solutions are right for your organization; the costs of hiring vs outsourcing.

We will do a live exercise: Filing out the NIST five functions diagram with case specific solutions.

Learning Objectives:

  • Cyber Risk – What is it and Why You Should Care
  • How to Quantify Cyber Risk Costs and Business Impact
  • How to Budget for Cyber Security in a Programmatic Way

Post Networking Session

We will have a post networking session immediately following the event. At the end of the event we will email you the link for the post networking session. Join in, meet, and chat with our speaker and other attendees. 30 minutes.


Alex Rayter
Principal, Managed IT Services
Phoenix 2.0 Inc.

Alex is the founding principal of Phoenix 2.0, a full service IT consulting and management firm specializing in IT and Cyber Security Administration for a variety of clients ranging in size from small businesses, fast growing startups, middle market companies, and groups within enterprises; both commercial and not-for-profit entities. Alex also serves on a number of local non-profit boards and chairs a tech committee for a local community endowment fund. He’s done Cyber Security and IT related Training for such organizations as CalCPA, Marin Estate Planning Council and Financial Executives International and is passionate about data privacy and cybersecurity.


Tuesday, October 13th

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Post Networking Session 5:00 PM – 5:30 PM


CPE Credits

One (1.0) CPE credit available. Field of Study: TBD

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