Security Risk Management
On April 5th at 11am CST, we will be hosting the next webinar of the BFC-W series on Security Risk Management.
Businesses routinely fail to identify risks or implement the right security measures. Where does this failure or breakdown occur, and how can organizations avoid making these mistakes? Security is typically ranked as a top concern, but the risk management process typically breaks down because no-one analyzes the security gaps and develops a plan of action to cover these gaps.This session will help define a process to identify gaps in these three areas:
- Fraud Risk Management
- Workflow Automation, KwikTag
- Cybersecurity Risk Management
This webinar will be broken into three parts with a different speaker for each. The topics will be:
Fraud Risk Management
We have all heard about people who have embezzled thousands or even millions of dollars, or financial statements that are materially misstated because of fraudulent financial reporting. Studies have shown that financial statement frauds can cost up to $1.2 billion annually. How does this happen and what can you do to prevent this from happening in your organization? In this session we will discuss common areas of opportunity for fraudulent financial reporting, mitigating risk factors, and detection and prevention methods that are key to establish. Fraud risk management is critical for any organization – to limit your risk and develop key safeguards to protect your business.
Workflow Automation, KwikTag
Learn the costs and risks associated with paper and manual processes across your organization. Hear real-world use cases of how AP automation, expense management and complete audit controls can prevent these risks while providing complete visibility into your critical documents and their processes.
Cybersecurity Risk Management
Our world is more connected than it has ever been. But that connectivity brings a with it a whole new set of risks. Whether you are moving your ERP to the cloud or keeping it On Premises, your business will very likely require that you connect your ERP systems with vendors, customers and remote employees as well as other On Prem and Cloud based apps and devices. In this brave new world, how do you ensure that your data and networks are secure? In this session, we will identify some of the more common risks that can impact businesses as they seek to be more connected. Topics will include ransomware, phishing attacks, physical security, data security, and network security.
Below, you will find information about the speakers for each of the three parts of this session. Contact information will be provided at the end of the content part. There will also be room at the end for Q&A.
Fred joined Christianson in May 2002. He holds Bachelor of Science degrees in both Accounting and Finance from Minnesota State University Moorhead.
Sara DeRoo on “Financial Fraud Risk Management”
Sara holds a Bachelor of Accountancy from Minnesota State University Mankato. She is a member of the Peer Review Acceptance Board of the Minnesota Society of CPA’s, an Ambassador for the Willmar Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce and is the Board Treasurer for the Prairie View Community Golf Course.
With 20 years of B2B technology experience, Mary Miller, Director, Sales & Marketing sparks motivation with a “lead by example” approach. As the director of sales and marketing for ImageTag, Mary is responsible for account management, partner relationships and marketing programs. Her goal at ImageTag is to share the KwikTag One System message (manage any document, in any department, in any process) across all channels and is most excited to learn and share success stories with others.
Chris Dobkins on “Cybersecurity Risk Management”