FPP Coalition 2021 Cyber Safety Virtual Forum: “The Undeniable Link Between Cyber Safety and Financial Capability”
September 28 @ 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDTFree
FPP Coalition 2021 Cyber Safety Virtual Forum:
“The Undeniable Link Between Cyber Safety and Financial Capability”
Tuesday, September 28, 2021
1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Eastern
Engaging in the FPP Zoom Room
(Link shared with registrant directly from Zoom upon completion of registration)
The link between one’s financial “story” and their cyber activity is becoming stronger as technology expands even more into our everyday activities. With the added dependence on virtual connection for many that accompanied the pandemic, ensuring household or community Financial Stability and Security requires an in-depth awareness of Cyber Safety.
FPP Coalition powers the first Cyber Safety Virtual Forum that explores the Undeniable Link Between Cyber Safety and Financial Capability. Join your FPP Coalition peers and four Cyber Safety Guest Experts representing a diverse set of FPP partner organizations as we together engage in this unique learning format that includes:
- Four brief “TedX-style Talks” from each of the Guest Experts (session descriptions below)
- Four rapid small group “breakout” session conversations focused on a specific Open-Ended Conversation-Starter
- Four moderated debrief of small group “breakout” session conversations with additional insights shared by each of the Guest Experts
- Continued Q & A with all four Guest Experts to conclude the Virtual Forum
Register today to engage with your FPP Coalition Financial Capability practitioner peers to learn about the types of cybercrime, how to detect its presence, and practices to keep you, your data and your financial assets safe!
Cyber Safety Virtual Forum Content Agenda:
Center for Cyber Safety and Education
Keeping Your Children and Family Safe Online
Working and learning remotely has shown us that cyber and safety education needs to become a priority. Cybersecurity is everyone’s job.
Working from home has made us all more vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Now that our youth are spending even more time online, cyber safety education across all generations has never been more important.
In this session, you will gain practical tips and advice on how to secure your online activity and ensure you are protecting yourself and your family.
John Raymond, Jr.
Vice President, Information Security
Suncoast Credit Union
Ransomware Protection and Response
Seasoned Security Executive John Raymond provides a behind-the-scenes look at who is behind cyber attacks, what motivates them, who they are targeting, and what you can do to protect your organization against this insidious threat. This rapid session will address methods for preventing and protecting incidents that may impact member and organizational data and operations.
Necessities for Children
Cyber Safety and Opportunities for Youth
Necessities for Children, a non-profit organization serving underserved youth with engaging, inspiring, hands-on STEM/Computer Science learning, has elevated its focus on cybersecurity and the many jobs available in this sector in 2021. The additional benefit of this cyber safety focus is that a youth who is aware and informed is less likely to be lured into a predatory or dangerous situation.
Vice President, Community-Based Programs
Cybercrime Support Network
More Than Money: The True Cost of Cybercrime
Cybercrime is often measured in total overall loss to the population affected . . . but what about the cost to the individual? Or the household? Mark Batchelor from Cybercrime Support Network will discuss cybercrime’s financial and emotional impact on the individual and those in their household.