Cybersecurity and Incident Response: “Are you as prepared as you think you are?”
Audience: Small and Medium Business Owners, C-Level, and IT Professionals.
Premise of the Day: Your organization is caught completely off-guard. The FBI shows up at your door with “ALL” of your data which they recovered from a Dark Web Server as part of another investigation. What do you do next? The assumption is that absolutely no SMB is even remotely prepared for this type of visit or data breach. Let us change that.
Morning session: 8:30am to 12 noon, Presentation begins at 9:00am
Featurers a Keynote from Franco Cappa, Cybersecurity Advisor of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Department of Homeland Security; Incident Response and Preparation Panel Discussions with Government and Private Experts; and a Presentation on Cybersecurity and Engaging Law Enforcement from Supervisory Special Agent Michael Lewis and his team of Special Agents from the Long Island FBI Field Office.
8:30 am – 9:00am: Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00 am – 9:20 am: Opening Remarks and Welcome by Jason Palmer, Chair, NYM-Infragard Cybersecuirty Special Interest Group and
9:20 am – 10 am: Keynote by Franco Cappa, Cybersecurity Advisor – Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency
10 am – 10:30 am: Panel 1: “Crisis Incident Response” – Listen, Learn, and Interact with a team of experts from Government, Law Enforcement, Legal Advisory, Public Relations, and Technology who will discuss possible options to guide you through and mitigate the potential damage.
10:30am – 10:45am: Break and Networking
10:45am – 11:15am: Panel 2: “Incident Response Preparation” – Building on Panel 1 – Understanding the chaos that occurs from not being prepared, learn about the importance of having a formalized incident response plan and steps to create one to put it in to action when the time comes.
11:15am to 12 noon: Supervisory Special Agent Mike Lewis, Long Island Field Office and Team Presentation
Break for Lunch
12:30pm – 1:00pm: Registration
Afternoon session: 12:30pm to 2:30pm, Presentation begins at 1:00pm
Is an interactive workshop presentation by Daniel Eliot, Director of Education & Strategic Initiatives for the National Cyber Security Alliance entitled: “Are you as prepared as you think you are?” – Bridging the disconnect between C-Level and IT Staff.
Presentation by the Daniel Eliot, Director of Education & Strategic Initiatives
“Are you as prepared as you think you are?” – Bridging the disconnect between C-Level and IT Staff.
Description: Organizations cannot simply rely upon technology to secure their sensitive assets. Cybersecurity is best approached with a mix of employee training, clear and accepted policies and procedures, and implementation of current technologies. With that in mind, cyber-securing an organization is not just the job of the IT staff. So who is responsible? Everyone. This workshop, facilitated by the National Cyber Security Alliance’s Director of Education & Strategic Initiatives, will provide attendees with an overview of common cybersecurity misconceptions, operational suggestions for enhancing security, “quick wins” to put into action, and free resources organizations can integrate into their training and awareness programs.
-Attendees will be able to identify and counter small business cybersecurity misconceptions.
-Attendees will be able to describe the 5 components of a cyber risk strategy: identify, protect, detect, respond and recover.
-Attendees will know how to access free resources they can integrate into awareness programs.
-Attendees will learn free or low-cost “quick wins” they can immediately put into action to protect their organization.
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PRE-REGISTRATION IS MANDATORY FOR SECURITY PURPOSES. WALK-INS WILL NOT BE ADMITTED. Please register as early as possible. REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AT NOON ON WEDESDAY, JUNE 19.
This summit is open to both InfraGard Members and other qualified industry professionals. Please complete all required fields on the registration form with your professional contact information.
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