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Technology Trends and Developments for Manufacturing and Wholesale Distribution Executives

January 14, 2016 @ 8:30 am - 11:00 am

Risk Management Consulting Partner Michael Aronson, CIC will be a guest speaker at a forthcoming event at Brooklyn Law School’s Feil Hall.  Entitled, “Technology Trends and Developments for Manufacturing and Wholesale Distribution Executives”, Michael will be discussing the legal and compliant cybersecurity risks that are unique to technology usage in these industries.  The event takes place on Thursday, January 14th and will begin with a networking session & breakfast at 8:30am.  Those who wish to attend can RSVP with Darya Ebrahimi via e-mail.

About “Technology Trends and Developments for Manufacturing and Wholesale Distribution Executives”:

The use of technology within this sector is wide ranging and essential to effectively advancing and managing manufacturing and wholesale distribution companies.  From its use within managing the supply chain to inventory management programs, manufacturing and wholesale distribution executives are paying close attention to not only the benefits, but also the risks, notably those around cybersecurity.  And with the total cost of a data breach at $3.8 million, a 23% increase since 2013, they should be.  Technology also exposes firms to significant legal and compliance risk including privacy, data usage, identify theft protection.

In this session we will discuss technology trends and developments in the manufacturing and distribution space, including:

  • Security
  • Mobile computing
  • Cloud computing
  • Big data
  • Infrastructure upgrades and integrations

The event is moderated by accounting and tax advisory firm CohnReznick.




Michael Aronson, CIC (Commercial Insurance Counselor) is a Partner in Risk Management Consulting. He assists clients in identifying and quantifying their exposure to loss. Michael also provides advice for practical loss control to eliminate or minimize risk of loss, as well as options to transfer risk through insurance coverage. His expertise in risk design assures that a client’s risk and budget objectives are met. During the policy term, Michael and his team continue to advocate their positions with the insurers which helps ease all administrative, legal, and contractual compliance issues related to our clients’ insurance programs.


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