A number of events this past year have upped the vulnerabilities, advanced defenses, and shifted priorities since last we featured this topic. It’s no surprise that cyber attacks and hacks have increased, and affect all of us.
While we’re acutely aware of intergovernmental news, our sophisticated panel spells out the increased risks to other areas, like healthcare, law, financial planning, banking, insurance, and even real estate. Learn what’s happening, on the horizon, and what you can do to protect yourself.
Mike Gavaghen, VP, Information Security and Compliance at SLPowers. The company builds technology solutions for clients ranging in size from 20 to more than 20,000 users, specializing in storage, security, cloud, mobility, and virtualization. It provides managed security with its program “Security Essentials.”
Lenny Chesal, Evangelist, Cybraics. Cybraics is a security analytics and artificial intelligence company focused on solving the hardest problems in cyber security
Jason Manar, Supervisory Special Agent in-Charge of Cyber Division – FBI Miami Field Office
Yair Levy, Ph.D.
Dr. Yair Levy is a Professor of Information Systems and Cybersecurity in the College of Engineering and Computing, at Nova Southeastern University (NSU), is Director of the Center for Information Protection, Education, and Research (CIPhER) and chair of the Information Security Faculty Group at the college.
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