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Cjtc Level 1 Business Cjtc Level 1 Business Presentation Transcript

  •  
  • Computing Incidents in a Business Environment
    • Bill Nelson
    • President, Fife Chapter
    • CTIN
  • Agenda
    • Damage control
    • The purpose of business
    • The purpose of “Policy”
    • Incidents/Crimes on Business
    • Business' responsibilities
    • Law Enforcements responsibilities
  • Damage control
    • TakeToAuction
      • First Call
        • False Informaton
      • Yahoo Message Board
        • Fixed 4-days later
      • Stock drops
        • $3.25 high to $0.87 low
  • Damage Control
    • The newsmedia
      • No news is good news
    • Stockholder
      • Money expectations
    • Customers
      • Product & Service value
    • Public Image
      • Emotional perceptions
  • The Purpose of business
    • Profits are good
    • Contributing to Society
      • Employment
      • Tax
      • Products
      • Services
  • The Purpose of “Policy”
    • What are policies
    • How policies apply in business
    • Policies and crime
  • Incidents/Crimes on Business
    • The first rule of business
      • Continuation of Business
    • The second rule of business
      • Minimize publicity
    • The second rule of business
      • Reduce risk exposures
  • Business' Problems
    • Trade Secrets
      • Intellectual property losses
    • Regulator violations
      • EAR & ITAR
    • Loss of goodwill
      • Public preception
  • Business' Responsibilities
    • Reporting a crime
      • When should a crime be reported
      • Restitution needs
    • Securing evidence
      • Knowning how to properly secure evidence
      • Prevention lessons
  • Law Enforcements responsibilities
    • Understanding business needs
    • Avoiding “agent of the police” concerns
    • Prevention programs for businesses
  • Summary
    • Conclusion #1
    • Conclusion #2
    • Conclusion #3
    • Conclusion #4
    • Conclusion #5
  • Contact Information
    • Name, title/credentials
    • Organization/Business
    • Main phone contact
    • Main email contact
  • References
    • Reference #1
    • Reference #2
    • Reference #3
    • Reference #4
    • Reference #5