Seminars and Events

“It’s 90% Preventable”
A cybercrime Seminar
October 26, 2016

7:30am Continental Breakfast
and Check-in
8:00—9:30 Seminar

Seminar and Breakfast are Free

The Odyssey
15600 Odyssey Drive
Granada Hills CA 91344

Please RSVP to April Price at
LBW Insurance and Financial Services
AprilP@LBWinsurance.com
(661) 702-6006

Nobody can guarantee that you’re 100% secure. But you should make it as tough as possible for thieves and disrupters to cause you harm or steal your funds. On October 26th, a panel of cyber security experts will examine real world scenarios to demonstrate current trends in cybercrime. They’ll point out examples of vulnerabilities your own company may be experiencing and discuss strategies to overcome them.

The Panel

Special Agent John Palmieri, FBI Los Angeles —FBI cybercrime Task Force

SA John Palmieri has worked numerous cases on a broad spectrum of crimes ranging from employee hack-backs, business email compromise scams, malware intrusions, and national security investigations. SA Palmieri holds an Electrical Engineering degree and prior to joining the FBI, he worked in private industry for many years doing electrical engineering and software engineering.

James Melendres, Snell & Wilmer—Partner, Co-chair of Privacy, Data Protection, and Cybersecurity Practice

James Melendres is co-chair of the Privacy, Data Protection, and Cybersecurity practice and co-chair of the White Collar Defense and Investigations practice. He focuses on cybersecurity incident preparation and emergency response, related regulatory compliance and civil litigation as well as white collar criminal defense and government investigations. Prior to joining Snell & Wilmer, James served in the leadership offices at the Department of Justice as Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General where he oversaw legal and policy issues regarding sensitive cyber matters. He also led some of the Justice Department's most high-profile and complex matters, including the prosecution of former Central Intelligence Agency Director David Petraeus for mishandling classified information and making false statements to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Kimberly Pease, CISSP, Citadel Information Group— Vice President and Co-Founder

Ms. Kimberly Pease has an extensive background in the applications of technology and Information Security Management. She has led installation projects at the Pentagon, the Government Printing Office and many state government offices. Ms. Pease and her business partner, Dr. Stan Stahl, co-founded Citadel Information Group to assist organizations more effectively secure their critical information assets. Ms. Pease has been a member of Infragard, a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the private sector, since 2002.

Howard Miller, CRM, CIC, LBW Insurance and Financial Services — Vice President, Director of LBW’s Tech Secure® Division

Howard Miller brings over 20 years of experience in property and casualty insurance. He specializes in insurance and risk solutions arising out of cyber security, cyber-crime, intellectual property, and technology products and services. He is a founding member and leadership council member of the non-profit Secure the Village. In 2016 he was the first licensed agent to provide a cybercrime insurance program for financial institution customers. He frequently delivers custom presentations on technology insurance and risk management topics for industry groups and executives.

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NPO Leaders Lunch and Fundraising Workshop
“ENGAGING YOUR BOARD IN CREATING SUSTAINABLE FUNDING”
November 9, 2016

11:30am – 2:00pm
Valencia Country Club
27330 Tourney Road
Valencia CA 91355
Lunch and Seminar are Free for Non-Profit Leaders
RSVP Now! April Price aprilp@lbwinsurance.com (661) 702-6006

LBW Insurance and Financial Services invites non-profit leaders to lunch and a fundraising workshop presented by Benevon's CEO and Founder, Terry Axelrod. Both paid and volunteer leaders are invited.
BENEVON - ENGAGING YOUR BOARD IN CREATING SUSTAINABLE FUNDING

Stop suffering on the annual fundraising treadmill. Learn a tested and proven system for finding and cultivating the perfect major donors who love your mission—donors who will give for operations, capital, and endowment. In this special session designed for board members, CEOs, and fund development directors, you will learn to engage every board member in the major gifts process without requiring that they ever ask for money.

By the end of this session, you will have learned:

  • • A proven system for engaging and developing relationships with mission-focused major donors
  • • A systematic process for converting existing donors into major donors
  • • To reconnect your board members to their passion for your work and engage them in the fundraising process without requiring that they ask for money

Benevon trains and coaches nonprofit organizations to implement a mission-based system for raising sustainable funding from individual donors. This system ends the suffering about fundraising and builds passionate and committed lifelong donors. The Benevon Model was developed by founder Terry Axelrod, author of seven books and several DVDs, including her most recent book, The Benevon Model: A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting it Right. For more information, visit www.benevon.com.