PROTECTING YOUR ORGANIZATION FROM CYBER CRIME
This session focuses on the recent trends in online fraud, computer intrusion, and data theft, including the details of how hackers commit their crimes and what every employee must do to protect pool assets. You will learn how password hacking, email phishing, telephone attacks, social engineering, and online devices are continued threats against every organization. Live examples of ‘hacking’ into information, together with detailed solutions on how to stop the threats, will be examined. Learn how to easily modify a few key online habits that will help protect against the next attack.
MITIGATING CYBER RISKS THROUGH PROACTIVE SECURITY PLANNING
Your critical data, your intellectual property, your secret sauce has been compromised. How do you get it back? Can you get it back? How do you move forward? What could you have done to prevent it? What can you do now to prepare for an attack? Learn about proactive security planning options. This session discusses the scope and value of penetration tests, passive network assessments and self-assessments, in the context of old-school risks and the more cutting edge threats, including the Internet of Things and smart technologies. Understand the importance of a cyber incident response team.
CYBER SECURITY & PRIVACY – TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR DIGITAL LIFE
We know that more often hackers and criminals are targeting individual employees’ personal information in order to compromise sensitive organizational data. This session will cover basic and more advanced best practices for reducing and security your digital footprint. Learn how to create and store passwords, generate online security questions, secure your home and work computers from online threats, and apply a better overall technology defense. You will also learn how most hackers can access personal online accounts with only one attempt.
STATE OF THE CYBER INSURANCE MARKET
Does the insurance market truly understand the cyber risk exposure or is it still finding its way? In this session, we will discuss the adequacy of insurance products and services to address both the known and unknown scope of cyber risk. We will consider the available coverage options, the range of pre and post-loss services, and provide an overview of the types of claims the market is experiencing.
KEYNOTE – JON ENGSTROM
Jon Engstrom is a 21-year veteran with a major U.S. metropolitan police department where he serves as the technical lead for the agency’s Criminal Intelligence and Cyber-Crime Sections. He instructs internal department teams as well as outside organizations in the areas of Operational Security for Covert Operations, Countering Electronic Surveillance, Cyber-Crime Investigations, and Open-Source Intelligence. Prior to his current assignments, Jon worked as a Federal Task-Force Officer, running under-cover and electronic surveillance operations for long-term organized crime investigations. With a certification in ethical hacking, he focuses on incorporating an attacker’s perspective into investigations and operational security.
Tony Rucci is a retired Counterintelligence Special Agent and US Army Warrant Officer, with more than 35 years of technical security experience. Tony is the Principal Consultant for his Private Information Security & Threat Intelligence Consulting Firm. As a CI Agent, he ran technical espionage and computer crimes investigations for a good portion of his operational career. He served as the Counterintelligence Operations Officer at The White House, serving two administrations from 1998 to 2004. Tony continues to serve national security efforts in his current capacity, supporting private sector and government interests.
Erica Davis is Senior Vice President and Managing Broker at Guy Carpenter. She joined Guy Carpenter through the 2019 Marsh and McLennan acquisition of JLT Group, where she led the Cyber and E&O practice in the U.S. Erica works with various specialty markets to identify and design new products for emerging cyber risks. Prior to JLT, Erica had various leadership roles within major international insurance groups, focusing on Cyber Risk and Professional Liability. Erica is a key contributor to the public sector, and has provided testimony to the House Small Business Committee as an expert witness in cyber security insurance.