As cybercrime becomes more advanced, many individuals and families are doing very little to protect their information.
Join us on at 6:00pm on Thursday, October 25th at the Bellevue Club to learn how you can keep your personal data secure with risk management and insurance techniques provided by leading industry professionals.
Guest speakers, Frances Dewing, Co-Founder and CEO of Rubica a leading digital security company and Tonya Stone, Vice President and West Personal Risk Practice Leader from USI Insurance Services provide techniques to keep your information secure.
Topics that will be covered include:
- How cybercrime has evolved
- The cybercrime environment now
- What data is being targeted and why
- Types of protection to keep your information safe
If you are interested in more information or would like to RSVP, please contact Freestone at 206 707.7305 or at email@example.com
Please see below for more information about our speakers.
Frances Dewing, Co-Founder & CEO
Frances Dewing is the CEO & co-founder of Rubica. Since the company’s inception, Frances built and directed Rubica’s core operations teams, including cyber operations, customer support, finance, legal and human resources. Formerly COO of Concentric Advisors, a consultancy specializing in cyber and physical security for some of the world’s most high-profile figures, Frances was instrumental in building Concentric’s business in Seattle and Silicon Valley. Frances is a Washington State attorney with a JD from the University of Washington.
Tonya Stone, Vice President and West Personal Risk Practice Leader
USI Insurance Services
Tonya Stone is a Vice President and the West Region Personal Risk Practice Leader with USI Insurance Services, focusing on providing personal property, liability risk management services. Tonya works exclusively with individuals and families to design personal insurance programs around their specific risks and needs. Tonya’s specialty is helping families understand risks and educating them on coverage options. Tonya is a graduate of the University of Washington, where she earned a B.A. in Sociology.