Axis Insurance Services is pleased to announce that Paul Hacker, Professional Liability Broker will be attending the Financial Planning Association of New Jersey’s Cybersecurity Best Practices Dinner on December 5th in Iselin New Jersey. The dinner’s main topic will focus on cyber practices and events that concern the financial and insurance industry.
Paul is honored to be presenting at this event. “We have done many cyber presentations over the past couple of years. I am happy to to present and speak on such an issue that affects all industries and all size employers. .” Paul will be one of three presenters over the course of the event.
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