The past several years made global workforces, economies, government agencies, and individual fortunes susceptible to cyber-attacks. Lockdowns demanded the early adoption of a tele-everything world. Data became the currency of our lives. The question on every organization’s minds is how safe is their data? When your organization’s most precious asset is its data, how can you keep it secure?
Join our conversation with former counterterrorism and counterintelligence operative and BigSpeak exclusive speaker, Eric O’Neill, who will outline his recommendations for organizations to keep safe from cyber attacks.
Thursday, July 7th, 2022, 10:00 am PT | 1:00 pm ET
Good cyber practices are not only critical for your data safety but will soon be a requirement for organizations as the SEC recently proposed new rules relating to public companies’ cybersecurity and incident reporting practices. By 2026, experts predict cyber theft of information from government agencies, businesses, and private individuals will reach $12 trillion. Ransomware attacks are not only the most damaging and costly cybercrime for businesses, they are also the go-to tool for spies, terrorists, and attackers. And these attacks are only becoming more common as employees work from home and international tensions rise.
In this lively and informative program, you will learn:
More about Eric O’Neill:
Eric O’Neill is a top cybersecurity keynote speaker, former FBI counterterrorism and counterintelligence operative, bestselling author of Gray Day, and the inspiration for the film Breach. Eric is also the founder of The Georgetown Group, a premier investigative and security services firm, and a National Security Strategist for Carbon Black, the leader in next-generation endpoint security. With the rapid threat of ransomware and the SEC’s recent proposed rules relating to public companies’ cybersecurity and incident reporting practices, it’s more important than ever for organizations to learn from a top cybersecurity expert.
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