Ignoring your cyber responsibilities is no longer an option for any size business. Learn what you need to do to protect yourself and your customers.
Tuesday, October 23 | 1:15–6:00 PM
Everyone is a target for cybercrime, but not every business has a dedicated Chief Information Security Officer and team of security professionals to tackle the problem. That doesn’t mean you are defenseless or that you can neglect to do your due diligence. Join us for this annual event where we discuss the latest cyber threats and what businesses of any size can do to make themselves more secure.
You will come away with actionable information that you can use in your businesses to prevent attacks, mitigate losses, and recover after an incident.
Early pricing ($49) ends 8/30.
1:00–1:15 PM — Registration Check-in
1:15–1:30 PM — Welcome — Nancy Libersky, District Director, SBA
1:45–2:00 PM — Your Lender Wants You to Protect Your Business From Cybercrime
2:00–2:30 PM — How to Jump Start Your Security Program
2:30–3:00 PM — GDPR a.k.a. “The New European Data Rule” — What You Should Know and How It Can Be to Your Advantage
3:00–3:30 PM — Resource Break in Expo Area
3:30–3:50 PM — Communication Strategies and Lessons Learned
3:50–4:20 PM — Industry Standard Security Frameworks: What You Need to Know, and How to Use Them
4:20–4:40 PM — Managing Audits From Your Tier 1 Business Customers
4:40–5:00 PM — How the Government is Helping Small to Middle Market Businesses Build a Defense
5:00–6:00 PM — Reception & Resources
Amos Aesoph, Senior Solution Architect / XHS Security Officer, Xigent Solutions
Loren Dealy Mahler, Mahler, President and Founder, Dealy Mahler Strategies, LLC
Twila Kennedy, Information Technology/Lender Relations Specialist, U.S. Small Business Administration
Cyrus Malek, Associate, Briggs and Morgan, PA
Eileen Manning, Executive Producer, Cyber Security Summit
Tina Meeker, Owner and Principal, Beacon Information Security
Gloria Mihevc, Wealth Manager
Phil Schenkenberg, Attorney and Shareholder, Briggs and Morgan, PA