2018 Conference Schedule

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Afternoon Sessions

Managing Cybersecurity Risk and Tips on How to Not Become a Victim

Date: 07/13/2016 1:30-5 p.m.
History: Updated
Experience: Seasoned (6+ years experience)
Advanced Preparation: None
Field of Study: Computer Science
Applicable Audience: CEO/Executive Director
CFO/Finance Director
Finance Staff
HR Director/Manager
HR Staff
IT Director/Manager
Board Member
HS/EHS Director/Manager
Tracks: Risk; Technology
Type: Full
Level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
CPE Credits: 3.5
Trainers: Jeff Olejnik , Paul Johnson
Applicable Audience:
CEO/Executive Director
CFO/Finance Director
Finance Staff
HR Director/Manager
HR Staff
IT Director/Manager
Board Member
HS/EHS Director/Manager
Learning Objectives:
1. Create awareness of risks in today’s computing environment.
2. Explore how to mitigate security risks and avoid common pitfalls.
3. Discuss what it takes to implement a cost-effective information security and data protection strategy.
Session Description:
Your organization relies on data and systems to provide your services. With the increase in cyber attacks, no organization is immune from being a target, no matter how big or how small the organization is. In this session we will discuss recent data breaches and successful hacks and identify how the perpetrators were able to compromise the security controls. We will also provide a roadmap you can use within your organization to reduce your risk of cybersecurity attacks. Come prepared to share experiences and learn from others.