The Dark Web + How to Protect Your Firm
There is a high probability that your information is already on the dark web. While no one can erase the data that ends up there, there are proactive steps you can take to alert you to suspicious activity, preventative measures to make it harder for bad actors to use the information they gain access to, and a disaster recovery plan if you face data theft.
This webinar will introduce you to the dark web, the scope of dark web protection services, and what you can do to bolster security and decrease the impact of data theft.
This session is part of an ongoing webinar series ArcSource is hosting to help Architecture Firms improve their productivity and security during the COVID pandemic. Get all the details here at learn.arcsource.com and view all upcoming sessions in the series here.
In this webinar you will learn:
- What is the dark web and what dark web monitoring services can and cannot do
- Practical steps you can implement today to protect your business
- What to look for and how to compare dark web protection services on the market
- Disaster recovery plan for how to quickly and effectively respond to data theft
About the Speaker
This session will be led by Dave Monk, the founder and CEO of ArcSource. ArcSource empowers architecture firms with best-in-class technology solutions so they can create great buildings within a predictable IT environment.
Prior to starting ArcSource, Dave earned masters degrees in architecture and structural engineering and worked in both fields. Since then, Dave has become an expert in the technology that design firms use. He loves exploring the intersection of technology, architecture, and business.
Through ArcSource, Dave has helped over 200 architecture firms in the last 20-plus years to manage their technology, be more successful and grow their firms. He speaks regularly on multiple important topics including cyber security, cloud technologies, disaster planning, and IT strategy. He has presented to the AIA audience at the national level and has spoken at the AIA San Francisco and AIA East Bay for 14 years.