Cybersecurity Best Practices for Staffing Agencies

June 25, 2024
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Jun 25, 2024 2–3 p.m. Eastern

Registration fee
Member Free
Nonmember $100.00

Who Should Attend

Staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry owners, principals, chief executive officers, presidents, branch managers, and recruiting professionals at firms that bid on government contracts

Highlights

In an increasingly digital world, cybersecurity has become a critical concern for businesses across all industries, including staffing firms. This session, which focuses on cybersecurity requirements for projects funded by the federal government, is designed to equip staffing firm owners and employees with the knowledge and tools necessary to ensure compliance with government cybersecurity regulations and requirements. Attorneys Alex L. Sarria and Ashley Powers of Miller & Chevalier will share insights about the latest developments in government cybersecurity regulations, government enforcement of cybersecurity breaches, and effective strategies to ensure compliance.

They will also highlight best practices resources and discuss real-world examples to help your staffing firm strengthen its cybersecurity compliance program. Whether you’re an entry-level employee or an owner, this webinar will provide valuable insights to ensure your firm maintains its cybersecurity compliance and reputation.

During this webinar, attendees will learn

  • What cybersecurity challenges staffing firms face
  • Recent cybersecurity regulatory developments that relate to federally funded projects
  • Recent government enforcement actions related to cybersecurity breaches
  • Which resources provide best practices to ensure cybersecurity compliance

Presenters

Alex L. SarriaAlex L. Sarria

member, Miller & Chevalier

Sarria is an experienced litigator and counselor with wide-ranging expertise in government contracts law. Named one of the nation’s “Up and Coming” government contracts lawyers in 2023 by Chambers USA, Sarria is described by clients as a “responsive, smart” and business-focused adviser who “is able to quickly analyze issues and is extremely thorough and result-driven.”

Ashley PowersAshley Powers

counsel, Miller & Chevalier

Powers advises a broad range of government clients on compliance with Federal Acquisition Regulation and FAR supplement requirements, with specific expertise in supply chain and cybersecurity. She regularly advises clients on complex data rights issues, with a focus on clients in the new and emerging technology space. In addition to her counseling practice, Powers maintains an active government contracts litigation practice, representing clients in investigations, bid protests, and contract claims.


This webinar qualifies for 1.0 hour of CE toward maintaining your ASA credential.

CE 1.0

This program is valid for 1.0 PDC for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®

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