Protecting Your Business from Cybercrime - 2021-22 Cybersecurity Updates

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Name: Protecting Your Business from Cybercrime - 2021-22 Cybersecurity Updates
Date: October 5, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CDT
Event Description:
Is your business protected from Cybercrime? Cybersecurity Experts Mitchel Chang, Jon Clay, and Cindy Liebes, will discuss the latest overview on scams and fraud challenges which we are facing in the United States. Detailed examples will be shared of how both organized criminals and cybersecurity professionals are in a technological race by leveraging the latest technology progressions such as artificial intelligence (AI), public cloud, and internet of things (IoT). Attendees will learn about: The latest notable threats such as ransomware and COVID related scams Special tips for observing cybersecurity hygiene Best practices for protecting your information assets Presented by: Mitchel Chang Mitchel heads Trend’s CSR and the Trend Micro Initiative for Education—bringing his passion to make a safer digital world, decades of industry experience, and proven successes as a leader. He engages nonprofit and government organizations to help promote digital education outreach efforts. Presented by: Jon Clay Jon Clay has worked in the cybersecurity space for over 24 years. He is responsible for managing marketing messages and external publications of all the threat research and intelligence within Trend Micro as well as different core technologies. Presented by: Cindy Liebes Cindy Liebes joined the Cyber Security Network as the Chief Program Officer in February 2021, after having retired as the Federal Trade Commission Southeast Regional Director – a position she held for almost 10 years. Cindy began her career with the FTC in1986, as a staff attorney and thereafter, for over a decade, served as the Assistant Regional Director. Sponsored by: Trend Micro
Date/Time Information:
Tue, Oct 5, 2021 12:00 PM CDT
This webinar is FREE but requires registration.
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