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Protecting Accounts Payable + Accounts Receivable From Cyberattacks

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Protecting Accounts Payable + Accounts Receivable From Cyberattacks

May 6  I  8:30 – 9:30 am


Free for Southwest Ohio Manufacturers

about this webinar

The relationships you have with your clients and vendors are vital to your organization’s success and essential to protect. A single security breach of your Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable departments can damage these relationships, your reputation, and the overall viability of your company.

Pay fraud is the one of the most common ways that cyber criminals attack small businesses. You will walk away from this webinar with a solid understanding of what procedures your team should implement to ensure your accounts and financials are protected.

We are proud to co-present this webinar with experts from the accounting and advisory firm VonLehman. Registration is limited to the first 30 people.

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Phishing Attacks

Internal Practices

Session Leaders

Glen Nesbit

Cybersecurity Program Manager at TechSolve

Glen Nesbit, TechSolve’s Cybersecurity Program Manager, has over 20 years of information technology experience with 10 years of direct cybersecurity support. He has implemented and managed security solutions for the Department of Defense (DoD), education, and industrial manufacturing organizations. Glen is an EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker and has a Security+ certification through CompTIA. Prior to joining the TechSolve Team, he served as the Global Cybersecurity Operations Managers at Cummins, Inc. and as a Cybersecurity Analyst for the US Army. Glen is excited to help manufacturers protect themselves and their businesses by using what they already have to improve their security.

Beth Vice

Shareholder CPA at VonLehman & Company

Beth Vice joined VonLehman & Company Inc. in 1998 as a co-op and began working full time in the spring of 2001. She has continued her professional development by attending courses sponsored by various National and State societies in several areas of expertise. Beth’s public accounting experience includes auditing, review, compilation, and business advisory services to a wide range of closely-held businesses. She is Chairman of the firm’s Manufacturing & Distribution Group. Beth is involved in many of the firm’s audit clients which range in a variety of industries including construction, manufacturing, healthcare, nonprofit, governmental, and retirement plans. She is also a member of the firm’s manufacturing/distribution services committee, nonprofit & governmental committee, and quality control committee.


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