Last week, Bowie & Jensen attorney, Matthew Esworthy spoke at the Maryland GFOA (Govt. Finance Officers Association) Fall Conference on the Topic of Cybercrime Ransomware. Matt’s co-presenters were Adam Lippe, Chief of Economic Crime/Cybercrime for The Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office and Dr. Richard Forno, Assistant Director, UMBC Center for Cybersecurity and Director of the UMBC Cybersecurity Graduate Program.
Maryland GFOA is a non-profit professional association of State, local and private financial management professionals. It is the local chapter of its international affiliate, the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada. With nearing 700 members, the MDGFOA is dedicated to the sound management of government financial resources. It provides training programs, conferences, and other services to enhance the skills and performance of those involved in government finance policy and management.
Membership in MDGFOA is open to everyone whose career, studies or interest involve government financial management. Its public members form a diverse group of individuals – from entry-level employees to senior managers- who work for a broad range of governments, including State, county, city and other towns and municipalities of all sizes from Maryland regions and all states. Membership also includes representatives from accounting and actuarial firms, banks, and investment and consulting institutions.
You can learn more about Matthew Esworthy here.