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Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP, Delaware’s oldest law firm, is hosting an event that should be of interest to businesses new, old, big and small. This seminar, dubbed “Protecting Your Business: Cyber Threats, Employees and Financial Security,” will happen on May 16, 2017.
The seminar will run from 8:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m., with registration, networking and breakfast starting at 8:00 a.m. It’s to be held at the DuPont Country Club.
Here, from the release containing the event’s details, is what’s on tap for attendees.
- How to increase your resilience in the face of cyber-attacks and your ability to return to profitable operations. Potter Anderson partner William Denny will highlight essential first steps to develop a cyber security plan, managing cyber risk in your vendor relationships, and promises and pitfalls of cyber liability insurance.
- How to manage and protect one of your most important business assets: your employees. Potter Anderson partner Jennifer Gimler Brady will cover the pros and cons of various employment-related agreements and provisions, particularly with regard to employee satisfaction and retention.
- Help you create your financial security. Our guest speaker from UFinancial Group, Victor Dupuis, will discuss business protection and succession planning.
The organizers indicate that there is no fee for this event, but space is limited. Those interested in attending need to register by May 10. For more information and registration instructions, hit the button below.
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