Get Ahead of Cyber Risk Webinar

Learn  how to avoid the professional and business liability implications of this increasing digital threat. It’s important for architecture firms of all sizes to take steps now to address the risks, minimize any possible data breach that occurs–and manage it if it does.

Former Victor US Senior Vice President and Professional Liability Leader, Jill Tellez, ARM, shares her expertise on protocols that firms should consider and Brad Benjamin, AIA, LEED AP bd+c, a  founding partner of Radium Architecture, shares his views on how architects can proactively protect their firms.

The one-hour webinar discusses what other architectural firms are doing to address risks such as hackers taking control of your servers, criminals tricking you into paying false invoices, and having your digital records held for ransom.

Members can earn one AIA CE Credit for the webinar. Email your name and member number along with a statement that you have listened to the entire webinar to AIATrust@aia.org.

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