Cyber Security & Safety: It's Not Just for Kids
Monday, August 19, 2013
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
InfraGard National Capital Region Members Alliance (INCRMA) invites you to a discussion of cyber security and privacy regarding your personal assets - your identity and your children. In the wake of the recent VISA card data breach and as school-aged children are returning to schools, colleges, and universities across the country, this topic is relevant and timely!
Keynote Brian Finch has been interviewed by numerous news outlets on the breach and its ramifications for personal and corporate security. Other speakers will discuss government and industry efforts to secure your personal information and bring your attention to a number of precautions you can take to secure your business and family.
Opening Keynote: The VISA Card Breach - Your information is not as safe as you think!
Brian Finch, Partner, Dickstein Shapiro LLP
Panel Discussion: Best Practices & Programs for Practical Cyber Safety Solutions
Schnearia Ashely and Ona Powell, BB&T@Work, BB&T Bank
Kristina Dorville, Program Manager, Cyber Security Awareness Programs, National Protection & Programs Directorate, DHS
Steve Howard, Executive Director, TecPort Solutions' Cyber Defense and Compliance, Forensics Services Division
Andrew Leithead, Supervisory Special Agent, FBI - Washington Field Office
Industry Case Study: CareerSafe National Cyber Security Program for High School Students and Teachers
Larry Teverbaugh, CEO, CareerSafe & K2Share
When & Where
InfraGard - NCR
It is the mission of the InfraGard National Capital Region Members Alliance (InfraGardNCR) to improve and extend information sharing between private industry and the government, particularly the FBI, for the protection of our critical national infrastructure. InfraGardNCR consists of a growing membership of professionals who are creating a more resilient critical infrastructure in the National Capital Region (NCR - Washington, DC and northern VA). These individuals are from all 16 sectors of critical infrastructure and represent the defense industrial base, water supply systems, energy grid, emergency services, law enforcement, health systems, gas and oil, transportation, banking, and telecommunications. Our membership is voluntary yet exclusive and strives to promote ongoing dialogue, education, community outreach and timely communication between public and private members in an effort to prevent, protect against, respond to, and recover from all hazards or events, and to minimize their impact on lives, property, and the economy.