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CyberFreedom, a presentation to the UCLA Global Security Seminar by SecureTheVillage Founder, Dr. Stan Stahl
March 15 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Nina Simone once described freedom as the absence of fear. If so, we are not free on the Internet. We are, instead, in a time of cyber crisis. The breach of the Democratic National Committee. Confirmed attacks on state election systems. The Equifax breach. Netflix. HBO. Sony. Anthem. Ransomware and Cyber-Extortion. Business Email Compromise. Epidemic levels of cybercrime, much of it aimed at our mid-size and smaller business and nonprofit organizations. Using case studies of the Equifax, Target, and D.N.C. breaches, Stan will illuminate the leadership vacuum that is the root cause of these breaches. He’ll share with us the seven critical strategies every organization must adopt if it’s to effectively manage its cybersecurity risk. He’ll talk about how we must all become cyber guardians and the five basic security tactics that make up basic cybersecurity hygiene. And — most important — he’ll talk about leadership and the CEO’s unique responsibility to create a cybersecurity-sensitive culture. And he’ll discuss why it takes the village to secure the village.SM
The UCLA Global Security Seminar is a nonpartisan public policy forum that brings experts on global and national public policy together with professionals for monthly dinner meetings at the UCLA Faculty Club. Since its founding in 2003, Bennett Ramberg, Ph.D. Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and J.D. UCLA Law School, a former State Department policy analyst, congressional consultant, university academic, NGO public policy advocate, stage play producer and businessman has directed the Seminar.
Dinner is $45 and parking is $12.
Registration: Email firstname.lastname@example.org