How to Engage Millennials in the Age of Cyber Threats
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As millennials make up a larger portion of your clients and their employees, shifts in information security practices and business objectives must occur to keep up with how they interact with the digital landscape. This means continually minimizing, monitoring and managing sensitive data to shield it from cyber threats.
Join this complimentary webcast to hear the results from a recent cybersecurity survey and learn how to best navigate an increasingly risky digital world. You will receive information from experts on the shifting population to help you position yourself as a leader in identity management benefits and leave understanding how to:
- Update business objectives to meet the needs of millennials and their tech habits
- Make changes to facilitate better interaction within the digital landscape
- Implement products & tools that keep companies safe, and help increase both customer and employee engagement
Director of Client Services, Connecture
Amy Christofis has emerged as a leader at the intersection of the broker community, millennials and benefits technology. At Connecture, Amy works with brokers and employers to implement technology that makes enrollment and management of employee benefits simple, intuitive and informative. She believes that the right employee benefits approach can help employees lead happier and healthier lives. Previously, Amy worked at Chicago-based ConnectedHealth, helping a variety of clients nationwide implement innovative exchange strategies. ConnectedHealth was acquired by Connecture in the summer of 2016. Amy is an active blogger and a member of the Professional Women’s Club of Chicago (PWCC).
SVP of Sales, Connecture
Joe Donlan leads Connecture’s broker and aggregator channel, where he brings more than 20 years of experience building innovative sales strategies in the healthcare technology sector. Joe began his career in business development, working directly with hospitals and health systems across the U.S. to solve complex business problems. In 2000, he co-founded Subimo, which helped pioneer the consumer-driven healthcare movement. WebMD acquired Subimo in 2006. The following year, Joe co-founded ConnectedHealth, which aimed to help consumers achieve better health and financial security. Over the next seven years, ConnectedHealth’s benefits technology became a leading marketplace solution for brokers and employers alike. Connecture acquired ConnectedHealth in the summer of 2016.
Global Privacy Officer
Eduard Goodman is an internationally trained attorney and privacy expert with more than a decade of experience in privacy law, fraud and identity management. He is a member of the state bar of Arizona, where he sits on the technology committee and served as the 2015-16 chairman of the bar’s internet, e-commerce & technology law practice section. He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional with designations for the U.S., Canada and European Union.