Registration is currently underway for the seminar:
Secure Behaviors in a Connected World™ (Multi-day Event)
April 3, 2019 / 8:00 am - 4:30 pm EST
April 4, 2019 / 8:00 am - 4:30 pm EST
Marymount University, Arlington VA
Henry Strategic Communications, LLC
$700 / registration required
Discounts are available for ISACA, ISSA, Military, First Responders, and Students
Who Should Attend
This seminar is for:
Employees. The people "risk component" doesn’t start when people walk in the door at work. It starts in their personal life and spills over into the workplace, which most “awareness training” does not address. This seminar will focus on employees, their behaviors, and improving their understanding of the information domain, how their data is collected and exploited, how their behaviors put them at risk, and how and why they are targeted.
Cybersecurity professionals. You provide the safeguards, critical oversight, influence policy, empower meaningful change in organizations, and protect the systems so the functions and data serve their purpose.
Leaders, managers, and professionals. If you work in cyber, IT, banking, infrastructure, security, intelligence, and defense, you are in positions of trust in organizations where personal reliability, your background, and reputation are critical. This seminar will focus on behaviors that put you at risk, improve your understanding of the information domain, how your data is collected and exploited, how your behaviors can put you at risk, and how and why you could be or are targeted.
Despite billions of dollars spent for security and tools, we continue to see large scale breaches in government and commercial IT systems, which result in losses that include: money, reputation, trust, national security, intellectual property, integrity of functions, and the veracity of data.
Organizations throw technology at the problem. Employees are offered “awareness training,” which explains the dangers, what to look for, and addresses some behaviors--against the more obvious threats. Breaches continue on a broad scale, so what is missing?
Threats have become increasingly sophisticated and organizations make a fundamental mistake in understanding the employee part of the problem. The people risk component doesn’t start when people walk in the door at work. It starts in their personal life and spills over into the workplace, which most “awareness training” does not address.
This seminar will focus on employees, their behaviors, and improving their understanding of the information domain, how their behaviors put them at risk, and how they are targeted.
The seminar is divided into four blocks:
Understanding Privacy: This block will review the legal basis for privacy in the United States, what identity attributes are, data collection and aggregation, data compromises and their impact, why critical thinking is important, and privacy takeaways.
Dark Web: This block explains the concept of the Deep and Dark Web, tools of the trade (apps, networks, browsers, and anonymizers), and entity resolution.
Individual Data Rights & General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): This block explains what Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is, its core components and application, penalties, individual data rights, and GDPR takeaways.
Personal Security & Identity Awareness Tradecraft: This block explains how people are targeted, identity awareness, behavior focused personal security concepts, determining vulnerability, and personal security tradecraft.
Earn up to 14 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits in the area of Specialized Knowledge. Henry Strategic Communications, LLC, who is hosting this seminar, is partnered with CyTalks.com, who is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: http://www.learningmarket.org.
Attendees must be present the full two days to receive full CPE credit.
Prerequisites and Advance Preparation: None
Program Knowledge Level: None
Delivery Method: In Person