This past Thursday, January 10, was the Hartford Chapter’s Cyber Security and Data Privacy Workshop. About 40 people participated in the workshop and enjoyed a lovely reception afterwards.
Thank you to the Hartford Chapter for organizing this event and enjoy the photos!
We are excited to announce the addition of Matt Salmon to our annual D&O Symposium line-up! Matt will be leading a discussion on Illuminating the Dark Web. Every organization struggles to find a workable balance between security and convenience, and it’s unsettling to know that there are variables out of anyone’s control. Some of the most nefarious activities occur in the shadier corners of the Internet, commonly known as the Dark Web.
In this presentation we will take a journey into the Dark Web and give you a first-hand view into the type of sites that exist in its secrecy, allowing you to look at some of those uncontrollable variables. What do your Boards need to know to be better prepared to make cyber security decisions before a breach happens? We will use the Dark Web as an avenue to identify nuances and exploitation strategies that are often overlooked. The insight gained from this presentation will help the audience determine potential threat vectors as the first step on the road to protecting yourself and ultimately finding a balance between convenience and security for your organization.
This is a presentation you won’t want to miss!
Haven’t registered yet? You’ve got time! Click here for Symposium details and registration.
About Matt Salmon
Matt Salmon – Technical Exploitation Specialist
Matt is a Cybersecurity expert with nearly a decade of technical and strategic experience. He is CyberVista’s Cybersecurity Manager, lending his technical expertise to the development of training courses. Prior, Matt worked at Booz Allen Hamilton’s Cyber Analytics Center and developed a targeting/analytic tool for exploitation strategy. Additionally, he provided target development and analysis for the FBI. He holds a B.S in Computer Science Engineering and Business from Lehigh University.
Here’s more from our interview with Internet Security Alliance president Larry Clinton from the 2018 PLUS Cyber Liability Symposium. In this clip he discusses what organizations should be doing to improve their network security today, how boards of directors can better address cyber risk, and what risk exposure worries him the most.
Don’t miss part 1 of our discussion with Larry Clinton.