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Cyber Prevention - How to Safeguard Your Family

On Thursday, March 21st at 12:00 PM (PST), Avantia recorded a live discussion on “Cyber Prevention – How to Safeguard Your Family,” hosted by Trevor Cobb, CEO of Avantia, and featuring Tamara Stephens, National Client Executive and Personal Cyber Risk Advisor with Marsh McLennan Agency Private Client Services (PCS).

The webinar addressed the following questions:

  1. What is Cyber Hygiene, and why is it crucial for your family's safety and security?

  2. How can you protect yourself and your loved ones from phishing and ransomware attacks, which are among the most common cyber threats?

  3. What role does the FBI play in cybercrime prevention and investigation?

  4. How can you prevent and address cyberbullying, an increasingly prevalent issue among children and teens?

Speaker Bios:

Tammy Stephens:

Senior Vice President Tammy Stephens brings her clients the benefit of nearly 35 years of personal insurance experience as National Client Executive and Personal Cyber Risk Advisor with Marsh McLennan Agency Private Client Services (PCS). Based in Boston, Tammy collaborates with colleagues nationally on the ongoing review, design, and program management for complex individual and family office client programs exceeding $100,000 in annual premium. Having earned her Cyber COPE Insurance Certification (CCIC) from Carnegie Mellon University, she acts as the expert consultant on programs for clients with extensive personal cyber risk concerns. She is also a member of the MMA Cyber Center of Excellence (CCOE) Team providing guidance and direction on personal cyber risk for MMA clients across the U.S. and Canada.

Trevor Cobb:

Trevor Cobb has been an advisor to executives, entrepreneurs, founders, and their families on wealth management for over a decade. Before founding Avantia in 2020, Trevor provided wealth management to some of the Pacific Northwest's wealthiest families from 2008 to 2020 in his roles at J.P. Morgan's Private Bank, U.S. Trust, and Goldman Sachs. He received his BS in history from the United States Military Academy at West Point and his MBA from the University of Washington Foster School of Business. He also completed coursework at the Swiss Banking Institute, Zürich, Switzerland. Currently, Trevor serves as the Chair of the Finance Committee for America’s Automotive Trust, and the ACT Theatre Foundation Board. ​He is a decorated veteran, having been awarded the Bronze Star Medal, the nation’s fourth highest combat award and a graduate of the US Army Ranger Course, the Army’s premier leadership school.


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