Firm News

December 01, 2017

Alloy Welcomes 100+ Professionals for Security Symposium 2017

South Jersey Identity Theft and Cyber Security(Mt. Laurel, New Jersey) On November 30, 2017 Alloy Silverstein Accountants and Advisors hosted over 100 South Jersey business professionals for Security Symposium 2017: Reacting to the Equifax Data Breach. Held at the Doubletree Suites in Mt. Laurel, attendees learned about the true significance of the Equifax data breach, how to protect their individual and business data going forward, and emerging trends in cybersecurity.

Burlington County Times: Experts warn of dangers of cyberattacks at Mount Laurel symposium

Alloy Silverstein arranged a panel of local experts to discuss various perspectives of the breach, it’s repercussions, and how individuals can be proactive in today’s digital age. Panelists included:

  • Ren Cicalese III, CPA, MST, Associate Partner at Alloy Silverstein.
    “Breaking Down the Equifax Breach: A CPA’s Recommendation for How to Protect Your Identity Going Forward.”
  • Rebecca Rakoski, Esq., Co-Owner and Managing Partner at XPAN Law Group
    “Data is the New Oil: General Legal Trends in Cybersecurity and the Regulatory Changes in Reaction to the Equifax Breach.”
  • Anthony Mongeluzo, President & CEO at PCS
    “Information Security Best Practices for Businesses and Individuals.”
  • Sharyn Vogelson-Bucci, VP and Small Business Segment Manager at TD Bank
    “Strategies for Business Owners to Detect and Prevent Payments Fraud.”
  • With Special Guest Adam Karcher, Special Agent at FBI Philadelphia Cyber Division
    “FBI Cyber Briefing: Emerging Threats in a Crowded Online World.”

Associate Partner Anne D’Amico, CPA/PFS moderated the event. For more information on taking proactive steps to protect your sensitive data from identity thieves, visit our Identity Theft Defense solution page.