(Submitted by Patrick Dengel, Business Development Specialist, Small Business Development Center and Adjunct Instructor, University of Rio Grande MBA Program/OSU South Centers Collaboration, OSU South Centers)
On March 16, 2016, the Business Security Forum was held at the University of Rio Grande. This Educational program was sponsored in part by Ohio Valley Bank, The Ohio State University South Centers, OSU-OARDC and OSU Extension Programs and University of Rio Grande & Rio Grande Community College.
If you did not get an opportunity to attend the Security Forum, presentations were recorded. You will find recording shown on the Rio Grande Cable Access (TIME – WARNER Channel 17) Educational TV simulcast with the Internet Radio in the near future. All programs are archived on the URG or OSU YouTube Channel and Radio Shows.
Introduction to Business Forum with Dr. Michelle Johnston and Attorney General Mike DeWine.
Ryan Lippe, Consumer Educator – Consumer Protection Section Office of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.
Ryan discussed Fraud Prevention and awareness of Cyber Scams. Ryan Lippe is a Consumer Educator for Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s Consumer Protection Section. As a consumer educator, Ryan conducts presentations to groups across the state to teach Ohioans about their rights and how to avoid scams.
Gabe U. Stewart CISSP, CRISC AVP/CISO: The Ohio Valley Bank.
Gabe discussed Cyber Security Measures in the Banking world. Gabe is the Chief Information Security Officer at the Ohio Valley Bank and has nearly twenty years of banking IT experience, the last 14 specifically in IT Security.
Thomas E. Saunders, Attorney‐at‐Law Law Office of Thomas E. Saunders.
Thomas discussed legal Aspects in keeping personal information and assets protected. Thomas attended Capital University Law School and graduated cum laude with his J.D. in 2013. Thomas was a class representative in the Student Bar Association. During one summer of law school, Thomas attended classes at the University of Oxford in the U.K., through a program with the Ohio State University’s Mortiz College of Law.
Scott Borden, Chief of Police University of Rio Grande Police.
Scott discusses how to keep safe on and off Campus. N Scott Borden started in Law Enforcement in 1978 as a cadet for the Ohio State Highway Patrol at the Xenia Post. During his career with the State Highway Patrol, Scott earned numerous awards. Scott ended his Ohio State Highway Patrol career in 2001, after almost 33 years and has been the University of Rio Grande Campus Police Chief for five years.