Gavin O'Brien will be a keynote speaker at ACT-IAC's 2017 Mobile Health Forum at the Renaissance Washington in Washington, DC. This forum will explore the role over privacy and security in shaping the future of mobile health technology.
The NCCoE Speaker Series Cybersecurity 101 for Small Business: The Questions You Need to Ask to Protect You and Your Customers will be held on April 5 from 1-4pm in person at the NCCoE and via webcast.
NCCoE cybersecurity engineers Jim Banoczi and Harry Perper will present "Managing Access and Assets for the Financial Services Industry" at the ISSA Mid-Atlantic Information Security Conference on March 10, 2017 at 9:40am at Universities at Shady Grove Conference Center in Rockville, Md.
The NCCoE will be participating with NIST at the 2017 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Annual Conference & Exhibition at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fl. for additional information on presentations, demonstration times, and exhibition location.
NCCoE Project Engineer Julie Snyder will lead the conversation "Understanding the Cyber Challenge" at 9:30am CT at the Four Seasons Hotel in Houston, TX. Featuring oil and gas leaders, this conversation will cover innovative technology trends being adopted by the oil industry and the potential risks they pose to the security of oil networks and infrastructure, and provide insights into how risk is driving industry decision-making and how companies are responding to the need to defend their systems.
Splunk and NCCoE experts will discuss the example solutions in a webinar on January 23, 2018 at 2pm eastern time. If you can’t attend the webinar in real time, you can still receive the recorded version.
The NCCoE will be hosting a conference call for individuals from industry, academy, and government interested in identifying mobile security challenges, providing practical mobile security expertise, and helping guide NCCoE mobile security projects.
Insider threats are growing at an alarming rate, with medium-to-large company losses averaging over $4 million every year. Smaller businesses are at risk too, and it is estimated that in 2014, over half of all cyber attacks targeted companies with less than 1,000 employees. The majority of these breaches are caused accidentally by internal employees or contractors.