Exploring the war were facing and the potential consequences of not preparing.
Every internet connected device, represents an opportunity for an attacker. Computer criminals have jumped through virtual loopholes to steal identities and sensitive information, as well as infect computers and expose personal information.
In today's public sector enterprise, CIOs, along with CISOs, CFOs, and even Executive Directors, have all become security obligated executives. What does it mean to be a security obligated executive? It means you have a responsibility to actively participate in ensuring your organization's critical business assets, and sensitive data are being protected, and you are compliant with the ever-increasing number of regulations your organization is governed by. The potential consequences of not doing are frightening.
In this session, we will examine the threats and potential impact of an adverse security event. You will learn about the privacy and regulatory concerns that such an intrusion could present. And, you'll hear about the global cyber crime landscape and how government computer networks are now under constant attack and what we can do to provide a better defense for our critical data.