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Partner Event - Greater Valley Forge HRA - “WHAT THE “HACK” CAN HR DO TO PROTECT THEIR COMPANY?”

  • 13 Nov 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Crowne Plaza-King of Prussia 260 Mall Blvd King of Prussia, PA 19406



Approved for 1.25 HRCI Credits and SHRM PDC's

Reports estimate that over 90% of all breaches are due to phishing scams or user error that could have easily been prevented if the user knew ahead of time what to look out for and how to remain “clean”. In 2017 alone, cybersecurity and breaches costed small and medium-sized businesses an average of $1,117,509. Most small and medium-sized businesses do not budget for cybersecurity until it is too late.

Many attackers will use 3rd party providers to infiltrate their actual target, leaving you & all of your partners vulnerable to attacks. Internal employees are always the number #1 attack vector for hackers to gain access to a company and always have the possibility of becoming an Insider Threat.

Sabre Systems provides end-to-end, comprehensive cyber security solutions leveraging legacy expertise with the Department of Defense “Defense-in-Depth” strategies. CCI Consulting provides full lifecycle HR Consulting / Human Capital Management Consulting services. Sabre and CCI partner in the examination and discussion of Cyber and data security points of risk that exist today throughout standard HR functional processes.

Anyone leading any aspect of the Human Resources function(s) needs to become educated as to the full range of inherent risks to be managed. In today’s environment where data and cyber security is a universal top priority across companies of all sizes and sectors; our GVFHRA members and guests will walk away with improved understanding of the threats, points of risks, steps they can take and what needs to be elevated to internal data & systems experts to be addressed.


  • Robert Hanley
  • Vice President, Cyber Solutions Architect
  • Sabre Systems

Robert Hanley is responsible for developing and executing Sabre Systems Cyber Security Safety and Mission Assurance, Systems Engineering, and MBSE programs. Mr. Hanley is the Chief Solution Architect for all Cyber Solutions within Sabre Systems. He serves as Chairman of the Virginia Tech Aerospace and Ocean Engineering Advisory Board, is a member of the Board of Directors for the Association of Airworthiness Professionals, and member of the College of Southern Maryland Cyber Security Council. Mr. Hanley holds a bachelor degree in Aerospace and Ocean Engineering from Virginia Tech University.

  • Fred Zajac
  • Cyber Security Specialist
  • Sabre Systems Inc.

Fred is responsible for assisting and supporting Cybersecurity through all phases of the system development life cycle, including planning, requirements analysis, design, development, testing and evaluation, and implementation on the Cyber Resiliency Office for Weapons Systems (CROWS) project for the Air Force.

Fred started his career as an U.S. Army civil affairs soldier, where he was awarded both the Bronze Star for heroic ground operations achievement during Operation Iraqi Freedom as well as the Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service during Operation Enduring Freedom. Fred’s previous work experience was in technology sales for NetMedia Solutions and as a System Security Advisor for 4A Security. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Arcadia University and dual master’s degrees in IT Audit and Cyber Security from Temple University.

  • Susan McDonald
  • Vice President Client Services
  • CCI Consulting

Susan is a Business Development Executive with CCI Consulting working with C-suite and Senior Executives at Fortune 1000, mid-size regional and high-growth private equity & venture capital firms to mitigate risks and optimize human capital contributions and ROI.

Susan is on the Advisory Board for LaSalle University’s Center for Entrepreneurship. Susan also serves on the Advisory Board of Saint Joseph’s University’s Managing Human Capital Program, The MHC Program aims to: solidify the emphasis on the individual as stakeholder; develop thoughtful managers who understand and value the human being; and provide a pathway for students with an interest in careers in HR or Talent Management.

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