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Cybercriminals and ransomware scammers are hitting businesses large and small, putting data and infrastructure at risk. But with good preparation, it doesn’t have to be a choice between “your money or your data.” Be proactive and protect your assets and reputation with a sustainable security infrastructure and risk management program.

How do you measure the effectiveness of your information security program? Do you have a complete inventory of the information assets you are protecting? A solid risk management program is the foundation on which an information security or compliance program is built, and yet it is often the most neglected component of an IT program.

During this webinar you will learn:

  • What makes an effective risk management program
  • Some methodologies and best practices for conducting risk assessments
  • How to integrate risk management into your day-to-day operations
  • How to meet the requirements of industry regulations, such as PCI and HIPAA
  • Policies and procedures that help protect your information assets, your staff and your business

Don’t get into an either-or situation with data security. Protect your business and ensure that your data and infrastructure are secure. Your reputation is at stake.

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Altaz Bhanji

Strategy & Product Management,
mindSHIFT, a Ricoh Company

Altaz is responsible for product and service strategy. He has worked extensively on developing mindSHIFT’s comprehensive security services suite.  His experience spans across securing on-premises, cloud and hybrid infrastructure.  As security concerns mount across businesses of all sizes and verticals, he continues to work with companies to assist them in designing comprehensive & cost-effective security solutions, based on specific needs and risk profiles.  Prior to joining mindSHIFT, Altaz worked at the Advisory Board Company and MicroStrategy on the development of SaaS and PaaS business intelligence platforms, including all aspects of security for those environments.  Altaz is a native of Canada, where he earned a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from McGill University and a Bachelor's degree in System's Design Engineering from the University of Waterloo.


Hand Over Your Data!
Prevent Cybercrime Horror Stories



Hand Over Your Data! Prevent Cybercrime Horror Stories

© 2016 mindSHIFT Technologies, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Ricoh USA, Inc.
Privacy Policy | 877-227-5054

During this webinar, you’ll learn how to protect your organization from the daily onslaught of email security threats.

Have you ever asked “How secure are our information technology systems?” Have you ever feared the honest response?

Every business, including yours, has valuable IT assets such as networks, computers and most importantly, data. With hackers and security breaches topping national news daily, protecting these assets has become increasingly important. But for a small or medium-sized business, the idea of an IT security audit can be intimidating.

Watch this on-demand webinar to get a clear understanding of the security risks you face and why it is imperative to mitigate the potential risk of a data breach.

Learn why it is mission critical for your business to conduct an IT security audit, what steps are involved and how to prepare for it.

Keep your company safe and secure. An IT audit will give you an accurate picture of your security status and provide a road map for improving it.


Jim Fish

Vice President,

Jim has worked with Coalfire from the company’s founding in 2001 in a variety of interesting roles and currently manages relationships with Coalfire’s industry partners. With 30+ years in the technology industry, Jim began his career working with IBM in a variety of roles in computing and telecommunication/networking, eventually joining the Professional Services team.  Prior to joining Coalfire, he was the CEO of a hosted messaging company and an Internet Service Provider firm.


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