What You'll Gain From Attending This Event
Attend this one day seminar to learn from our industry leading guest speakers on the:
- primary components of a qualified business CyberSecurity program
- relationship between education, policy, technology, and enforcement practices
- types of cyber attacks that are occurring domestically and internationally
- most likely types of attack versus the most damaging types of attacks
- primary indicators that identify you as a target for economic / industrial espionage
- law enforcement resources available to your firm
- process of financial deception and theft through Internet domain “spoofing”
- appropriate response to the media if you have suffered a breach or data loss
- legal aspects of a domestic cyber-attack / intellectual property theft versus an international act
- proper use of Social Media applications when operating in international settings
Hear and Gain From Leading Exports in the Cybersecurity and Economic Espionage Fields
Kevin, founder and president of ERASE Enterprises, is our keynote speaker for the day. With his more than 42 years of experience in public safety, Kevin has become internationally recognized as an expert in public safety and special investigations. Working in both the public and private sectors, he provides economic espionage countermeasure services and routinely gives briefings to key executives on this high loss area of concern with an emphasis on cyber security threats. He is a member of the Cyber Security Advisory Boards for both Collin and Richland Colleges and serves as a Sector Chief for the North Texas chapter of InfraGard, an FBI-sponsored public-private CyberSecurity partnership program.
Jonathan is the Chief Information Security Officer for Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc., where he is responsible for developing strategic security programs for Fujitsu’s global business, which includes 500 companies and 170,000 employees across 100 countries. As the company's first Chief Security Officer in the Americas, Jonathan has led the development of numerous global security programs including Security Resource Planning (SRP), Enterprise Security Intelligence (ESI) and the most recent Advanced Security Innovation Center (ASIC). Jonathan is also the Executive Vice President of the North Texas chapter of InfraGard, an FBI-sponsored public-private partnership dedicated to sharing information and intelligence to prevent hostile acts against the United States.
Mike is the Chief Security Officer for BT Americas, a subsidiary of British Telecommunications, plc., which provides global network connectivity, data center services, voice communications, cloud-based solutions, cyber security protection and other IT services for Fortune 500 multinational customers. In his position, Mike is responsible for championing all aspects of security across the Americas, with a special emphasis on cyber protection, data/system management compliance, cyber and computer related investigations, and computer network protection. He also leads all internal investigations where assets, revenue, employees, or BT’s brand are put at risk as well as ensuring that BT security policies, procedures, and guidelines are applied consistently and in accordance with governmental legislation and requirements. He is also the single point of contact for national and state government/law enforcement related queries.
Ann Margaret Hinkle
Ann has 31 years of law enforcement experience, serving as a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the past 25 years. As an FBI agent, she has been assigned to violent crimes and counterintelligence matters. Ann has taken part in numerous high profile cases to include the Oklahoma City bombing, Atlanta Olympic bombing, Unabomber investigation, Pentagon Terrorist Attack, Twin Towers Terrorist Attack, Columbia Shuttle Disaster, and more recently, the East Texas Ricin Investigation. Ann has served the last three years as the Strategic Partnership Coordinator for the FBI's Dallas division.
Jeff is the moderator and facilitator for the forum. Jeff retired from television news after 25 years in the business to start the country's first "all journalist" PR firm. During his career, he made hundreds of national news appearances including CNN, CNN Headline News, FOX News, The Discovery Channel, Good Morning America, and The CBS Early Show. He has been recognized with dozens of national and regional awards including the Emmy, the National Headliners Award, the Edward R. Murrow Award, and the Thurgood Marshall Award. In 2004, he was named by the Texas Associated Press, "The Best TV Reporter in the state.” He will discuss how your company should properly handle the press and the public if a cybersecurity breach were to happen.