Cyber Threats vs. Humans & the Future
Wed., Oct. 14, 2020, 11am to Noon
Online at http://mtug.webex.com
No downloads available for this session (yet).
Cyber threats are increasingly targeting individual users in small to large organizations – initiating attacks via social engineering, spear phishing, or even attacking through their trusted suppliers. Technology based counter threats are trying, but sometimes failing, to keep up with the constant pace of threats change. More future focused strategies are needed.
This workshop will explore current cyber threats targeting technology users, and will present and discuss technology based as well as other strategies to help counter those threats. Predicting future threats and preparing for future threats is a further emphasis.
This session will haelp attendees:
- Understand current landscape of key technology based threats targeting our users.
- Learn of proven strategies to counter those threats – both IT technology based and helping users be part of the defense (and response).
- Learn how to predict future threats and identify needed defenses.
MTUG thanks our volunteer board member Eugene Slobodzian, who coordinated this event's speakers and topic.
MTUG Thanks our ExecTech Webinar Series Sponsors for September!
Please help us appreciate our ExecTech Sponsors this month - you may click below to visit their websites and learn more about their organizations. MTUG's programming and tech community resources are made possible by these generous supporters:
For the Autumn 2020 Season MTUG will present the “Best-of-the-Best” of our constituents’ Workshop Proposals that couldn't be presented at the canceled 2020 Summit. These will be online Webinars, free to the public, and recorded for continued constituent access (unlike traditional Summit Workshops). These Webinars will touch on the key issues executives in Maine businesses must consider in this rapidly changing technology and security landscape.
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Thomas College, Infragard ME President
Sr. Director, IT Privacy and Security, MaineHealth and Infragard ME Vice President
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