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Cyber Security Symposium

Thursday, February 27, 2020

7:30am – 11:00am

Spooky Nook Sports
2913 Spooky Nook Rd.
Manheim PA 17545

Industry leaders will discuss these current topics on cybersecurity:

A small-business guide to cybersecurity. What information should every small business owner need to protect their information?

The third-party guest: Best practices for your company on how it works with third-party information. What are the top areas that companies need awareness?

How to create a cybersecurity culture to protect your business.

Crisis management: How can you put together a plan to prepare yourself for the unexpected?

 


When

Thursday, February 27, 2020
7:30 am - 11:00 am

Where

Spooky Nook Sports
2913 Spooky Nook Road
Manheim, PA 17545 United States

Speaker: Clinton Eppleman, Morefield Communications

How to create a cyber security culture to protect and grow your business

A business can have all the protections in place, but without implementation, training, education or enforcement  — don’t forget the company buy-in — the risk remains. How can you establish a cyber security culture for your company? How can you overcome “it can’t happen to me?”


Panel Discussion

Melissa McCoy, Chief Technology Officer, Kaizen Approach

Brandon Keith, Cybersecurity Architect, Appalachia Technologies

Frank D’Angelo, IT Assurance Manager, RKL

Erik Hunstad, Adversary Emulation Lead, SIXGEN

It can never happen to me

A small-business guide to cyber security. What information should every small business owner need to protect their information. How do you choose the right cyber security?  Can I afford it?

Education and training? Top threats (Is your employee sabotaging your company?)


Panel Discussion

Matthew Quirin, Director of Security and Information, Highmark Health

Michael Schrader, Director of Information Security, WellSpan Health

Don Geiter, Partner, Barley Snyder

Angela (Angel) Kern, Lecturer In Cybersecurity. Penn State Harrisburg

The cyber guest: Best practices when your company works with third party information

Outsourcing software, cloud-based software, third-party vendors, the use of mobile phones, thumb drives and lapses in password management all put your company at risk. What should you be looking for? What are the top areas that companies need awareness?