It’s not just IT anymore: preventing breaches into corporate personnel and customer record tops global executive’s to-do list—and is the second most impactful area reported by HR leaders as well. In this session we will address issues as they impact HR and steps to address them—from understanding your software and implications of attached devices to understanding employees and how best to educate and plan preventive action.
Three key learning objectives:
- How HR can positively affect cyber security in its organizations
- Employees and potential for cyberthreat
- HR’s sentiment monitoring responsibilities regarding cyber threats
About the Speaker:
Dr. Katherine Jones
KATHERINE JONES CONSULTING
CEO and Principle
Unique as a thought leader for her ability to make theory actionable and technology comprehensible to non-technologists, Katherine is a sought-after writer and speaker in the US and internationally. Moving easily from the academic world to the worldwide technology stage, she has repeatedly created value propositions bridging technology and theory with the practical world of today's business. Whether working with systems integrators in the Federal arena, consultants in oil and gas, or small business owners, her clarity and wisdom -- as well as her wit-- has been appreciated and commended.
Most recently enjoying working as an independent analyst, she previously provided thought leadership for a web-based membership program membership at Mercer, and spent several years at Bersin both prior to and after its acquisition by Deloitte, where she was the VP heading the HCM technology practice. Her initial start in the analyst industry was at Aberdeen in Boston, Massachusetts, first covering the ERP space, then human capital management. Later, as Director of Marketing for NetSuite, her efforts coincided with one of the more successful IPOs of that year. Prior to becoming an analyst, Katherine was in the Boston-area high tech companies in product marketing, strategic alliance management, and marketing education. She had left a career in higher education administration and teaching, which embraced Cornell and the University of Connecticut.
An industry veteran, and independent high tech analyst, she is widely published on topics of talent management and personnel-related technologies, cybersecurity, ERP systems, and the mid-market, totally over 500 works in print. Her Masters and Doctorate degrees are from Cornell University.
Continuing Education Units:
This session been approved for 1.0 recertification credit hour toward HRIP (Human Resource Information Professional) recertification.
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IHRIM is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.
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