Cybersecurity threats are here, there, and everywhere – no organization is safe from threats, but there are prevention and defense strategies and best practices to implement. Whether your organization is an enterprise, small business, school, government, healthcare, or financial institution, you can learn from some of the great cybersecurity minds across the state, who will share their insight and expertise to navigate today’s cyber challenges. The Cyber Oregon Annual Cybersecurity Summit, taking place November 8, 2019 in Bend. For more information and to register: http://www.techoregon.org/events/oregon-annual-cybersecurity-summit
TAO and Oregon Cybersecurity Advisory Council (OCAC) present this year’s Cyber Oregon Annual Cybersecurity Summit that will feature government leaders, CISOs from Oregon’s largest healthcare providers, and executives from regional community banks. The day will include a keynote and a lunch panel for all attendees focused on the global cyber landscape and the components of a cybersecurity plan that are often overlooked – including cyber insurance and crisis communication – in the event of a data breach.
There will be two tracks with multiple sessions: Technical Track for cyber practitioners and Business Track leaders to learn best practices. Who should attend? Corporate legal teams, data privacy professionals, business owners, C-Suite executives, and technology managers from all industries.
Here is the schedule:
9:00 a.m. – Opening Keynote
Phil R. Slinkard, Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Cyber Division
10:30 a.m. – Track Sessions 1
Pragmatic Security Addressing INTERNAL Risks
Healthcare and Privacy
11:45 a.m. – Lunch Panel
Ancillary Services Critical to Your Cybersecurity Strategy
1:00 – Track Sessions 2
Pragmatic Security Addressing EXTERNAL Risks
Ryan Comingdeer, chief technology officer, Five Talent Software
Best Privacy Practices by Community Banks