Cybercrime is Growing, with Hackers Getting Smarter Everyday.
And What You Don't Know about Cyber Threats Can Hurt Your Business.
We've seen the headlines: Major hacking and data theft at Anthem, Ashley Madison, Sony and Target - to name a few. Locally, VIBCO suffered a serious attack and it took the RI manufacturer weeks to restore data networks.
The PBN October 27th Summit will provide business owners, nonprofit executives CIOs, CSOs, and CFOs current information on the variety of threats and the best measures to take to prevent breaches and theft of client, customer, and employee information, as well as other sensitve company data.
Governor Gina Raimondo will open the Summit, and talk about her concerns about cybersecurity - of which she recently said: "Cyber attacks have the potential to impact everything we do, from protecting the health and safety of Rhode Islanders to growing our economy." The Governor also recently created the new RI Cybersecurity Commission.
Summit Topics include:
- Encrypting Data: Why it's essential to data security
- Ransomware/Cyber blackmail: How it's done and how to react
- Spear-phishing: Most hackers get into systems through EMAIL - so training Employees on cyber security is critical
- Social Media - a Favorite of Hackers' worldwide
- Do you accept credit cards. New rules take effect October 1st - or you may face fines
- Cyber Insurance: Why companies need to have it
- Is current Anti-Virus software good enough to thwart the latest Maleware?
- Timothy J. Edgar, Fellow at Brown University's Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs
- Francesca Spidalieri, Pell Center Fellow for Cyber Leadership, Salve Regina University
- Kevin Ricci, Director of Information Technology, LGC+D/IT Solutions
- Shiraz Zaeed, Cyber Liability Product Specialist, AIG Insurance
- Zach Scheublein, VP, Financial Services Group, Aon Risk Services
- Scott DePasquale, CEO, Utilidata; Chair of RI Cybersecurity Commission
When: Tuesday, October 27th
Where: Crowne Plaza Grand Ballroom
Time: 8-10:30am (registration at 7:30 am)