Our new computers have been installed in both offices and are now being used by our staff. I wanted to thank the entire ITData team for their efforts during this time-consuming process. I can’t remember when we actually started this process, it seems like a very long time ago, and when I look back on it I am amazed at how many facets were involved. We were fortunate to have each of you guiding and leading us through the process, whether it was in the planning stages, the ordering of the equipment, getting the computers ready for installation, etc. Your team’s calming presence, especially Dinesh, helped get us through the installation without any undue anxiety. I truly appreciate the professionalism and dedication that your team displayed on each and every task. Count us as a happy client, and feel free to use my name whenever you are asked for a client reference. Thanks again, and can’t wait to do it again in 4 years!!
Contact: Sheila M. Brown, Marketing and Business Development Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
May 20, 2015 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – White and Williams Labor and Employment Group hosted its Employment Law Seminar, featuring White and Williams LLP and security experts from ITDATA, Inc. on May 20, 2015 at the Philadelphia office of White and Williams LLP. Regional employers and human resource professionals were in attendance.
Daniel Costantino, from ITDATA, highlighted the benefits organizations will receive from implementing risk management and incident response plans. He also spoke about the importance of following proper due diligence and due care from a security perspective. “Performing due diligence is not enough. Knowing about risks and not developing a plan to address them will leave an organization open to litigation in the event of a breach”, said Dan Costantino, Director of Security. Panelists from White and Williams offered insight and expertise regarding employment law and privacy issues, such as:
Employment agreements should be tailored to the situation. There is no standard document that should be used.
Use the Interactive Process when considering reasonable accommodations. Analyze job functions and the employee’s limitations.
When issuing discipline, the employer’s first consideration should be protected categories, including conduct outside of work.
The panelists: data security, Peter Blau and Daniel Costantino, CEO and Director of Security of ITDATA; labor & employment law, Nancy Conrad, Partner of White and Williams LLP; legislative update, Warren E. Kampf, Counsel of White and Williams LLP; top five issues in executive employment agreements, Michael J. Mentzel and Debbie Rodman Sandler, Partners of White and Williams LLP; labor issues, John K. Baker, Counsel of White and Williams LLP; reasonable accommodations, George C. Morrison, Associate of White and Williams LLP; discipline for conduct outside of work, Tanya A. Salgado, Associate of White and Williams LLP, presented a review of recent legal developments and trends that impact workplace practices and operations.
ITDATA specializes in Security Risk Assessment and Penetration Testing services. The goal of these services is to provide you with a holistic view of your current information security posture, as well as provide in-depth analysis and recommendations for remedial action in appropriate instances. Our assessments are designed to be used as a planning tool for organizations. This allows you to make educated and smart business decisions pertaining to risk management. We have a wide range of industry experience that include, but are not limited to: Healthcare Network Solutions, Nonprofit Organizations, Education, Retail and Government Enterprise Networks.
To learn more about how to improve your company’s security program, visit www.ITDATA.com or Contact Us.
Left to right: Gokhan Munuz, ITDATA Director of Operations; Daniel Costantino, ITDATA Director of Security; and Peter Blau, ITDATA CEO and President.
Security experts from ITDATA are looking forward to the PACT Cybersecurity Event this Thursday! We’ll be happy to discuss how our comprehensive risk assessments can help protect your organization. See you there!
Cybersecurity Event and Reception
Philadelphia Marriott West | 111 Crawford Ave. | West Conshohocken, PA 19428
4:00-6:00 pm- Registration and Scenario Roundtable
6:00-7:00 pm- Networking Cocktail Reception
How will you respond to a Cyber Attack? Observe Incident Response Plans in Action
The question facing today’s business owner isn’t if but when their company will fall victim to a breach. Are you prepared? What steps are you taking to minimize the impact of an insider breach or stolen device?
Gain valuable insights from our panel of industry experts from public relations, law, insurance, and cybersecurity as they walk through three realistic scenarios that will be presented during the session. The audience will engage in active discussion with the panel as they develop their decisions, answer questions, and recommend the best courses of action for each situation. These experts will delve deep into each scenario, revealing best practices, preventative measures, and the necessary response and recovery actions.
Explore the devastating effects related to an unintended disclosure of sensitive information, an insider breach, or a stolen portable device can have on your company’s cyberposture. Cybersecurity needs to be approached from a proactive standpoint, not reactive. Is your company ready?
Cybersecurity Authority- Kevin Hyde, Managing Director, Layer 8 Security
Public Relations Expert- Gretchen Roede, CEO, Broadpath
Legal Perspective- Matthew J. Siegel, Cozen O’Connor
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Staples has confirmed today that it is investigating a potential credit card data breach at several of its Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York stores. While customers won’t be responsible for any fraudulent activity reported within a timely manner on their credit cards, Staples Inc. shares did drop 22 cents from $12.30 to $12.08 in premarket trading. Many retail credit card breaches happen as a result of malware attached to card payment terminals – allowing hackers to steal credit card numbers upon swiping. This happened in both the massive data breaches at Target and Home Depot. At this time, the cause of the Staples data breach in unknown.