Strategies for Mitigating Cybersecurity Risks and Organized Attacks

Register now at no cost to attend the CSO Perspectives Seminar on Strategies for Mitigating Cybersecurity Risks and Organized Attacks, taking place on March 21st in Washington D.C. 

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Event Details:
Thursday, March 21st
Hilton Alexandria Mark Center
5000 Seminary Road
Alexandria, VA

To survive in today’s threat landscape of sophisticated nation state attackers and criminal espionage, today’s CSOs and CISOs need to understand how today’s actors operate, and how to stay a step ahead of them. Reactive measures aren’t enough, and both corporations and government need to take a proactive approach to prevent attack, theft and damage to assets. But what are organized attackers up to? How can you maintain preventative measures, while adopting a proactive strategy for defense? And what are other organizations doing to defend themselves?

When you attend the CSO Perspectives seminar you will:

• Learn how companies and governments are dealing with this effectively
• Discover what strategies and techniques major organizations are using to prepare
• Identify what you can do right away and get answers to your most pressing questions
• Network with peers who wrestle with similar issues and concerns

Hear presentations such as:
Cybersecurity Risk and the Rise of Nation-State Actors

Security as Offense: Moving from Advanced Persistent Threats to Advanced Persistent Security
Gregory T. Garcia, Principal, Garcia Cyber Partners

Leveraging FISMA and Other Regulations to Improve Operational Security

CyberSecurity Confab Sessions

CyberSecurity Assessment Workshop: Identifying Key Priorities and Solutions
Workshop Leader: Bob Bragdon, Publisher, CSO magazine

And more!

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Join us on March 21st in Washington D.C. to learn the latest techniques and strategies on managing risks and threats in the new world of cyberattack.

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