"Cyber-Attacks and Fraud: Keeping Your Organization Safe
from the Bad Guys"
Ron Draayer with Davenport University
Ron's presentation will be on methods that
are used by cyber attackers against an organization and various techniques that
can be used by companies to handle these attacks and prepare defenses against
intruders. The talk will focus on emerging trends on this subject, types of
attacks that are common today, the different phases that an organization should
undertake when an incident or attack occurs, and some practical steps that can
be taken by organizations to protect themselves. The presentation will shed
light on how cyber-attacks are being used in fraud crime and what companies can
do to safeguard their assets and information.
Ron Draayer has been working in the computer systems and security
field for over 35 years. He is an Associate Professor in the College of
Technology at Davenport University in Grand Rapids, where he has taught many
classes in systems, programming, network design, and computer security. He
currently teaches in the growing fields of Disaster Recovery and Legal and
Ethical Security Topics. Ron also has worked with numerous companies in
designing and programming computer systems and has consulted in the areas of
systems design and security analysis.
Ron has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from
Calvin College and Master's Degrees from Aquinas College and Ferris State
University. Ron also has current certifications as an Associate Business
Continuity Professional as well as a Global Certified Incident Handler. Ron
recently became a Certified Fraud Examiner. He is a member of InfraGard, an
organization sponsored by the FBI to protect the infrastructure of the United
States from cyber and hostile attacks.