Cybersecure Los Angeles 2017 — Get Cyber Prepared
October 19 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm| $145
Distrust and Caution are the Parents of Security … Benjamin Franklin
SecureTheVillage joins UCLA Extension for its first cybersecurity conference: Cybersecure Los Angeles 2017.
- Learn from leading information security professionals and law enforcement, including: information security providers, cyber-insurance, financial services, law, the FBI, LA County District Attorney’s Office, and more.
- Leave with SecureTheVillage’s Information Security Management and Leadership ResourceKit: A practical guide for implementing an information security management and leadership program in your organization.
Know the Enemy: To defend your organization, you must know the enemy. In our opening panel, you will come to understand the enemy. You will learn what he wants, how he works, and how he gets past your cyber defenses. With this knowledge, you will know what you must do to get out in-front of the cybercriminal. Hint: It starts with people.
People — our biggest weakness and our first line-of-defense: Our next panel is all about the people. It’s about moving beyond awareness training, turning staff into cyber-warriors. It’s about adapting to new threats. It’s about culture.
IT Security Management for non-IT People: Our third panel introduces SecureTheVillage’s new Guide for securing the IT network. Based on an internationally-recognized best practices, The Guide provides transparency in the information security management practices of an IT organization. It provides a security baseline for IT while answering an executive’s most critical technical question: “How do I know that our IT organization is protecting our information in accordance with basic information security IT management practices?”
Managing Risk and Legal Exposures: A short review of risk, the law, and the role cyber-insurance plays in managing cyber-exposure.
Action-Focused Leadership: Our final panel moves beyond security management to the vital role of leadership. We’ll look at Los Angeles’ new Cyber Lab as an example of community leadership. And we’ll talk with two CEOs about change leadership and adapting to the new cybersecurity normal.
The SecureTheVillage ResourceKit: As we wrap, attendees will be introduced to the new SecureTheVillage ResourceKit, an online resource for cybersecurity management, leadership, and cultural adaptation.
Who Should Attend:
Information Security Managers, CISOs, and Other Senior-Level Executives whose Departments have sensitive or critical information, including
- Chief Financial Officers
- Chief Operations Officers
- IT Directors, CTOs, CIOs
- IT Director’s Manager
- Directors of HR
- Chief Risk Officers
- Chief Legal Officers (4 hours MCLE)
- Partners-in-Charge of Administration (professional services firms)
- Directors of Development (non-profits)
- Chief Executives
- Board Members
- Business Professionals: Attorneys, CPAs, Insurance, Consultants, etc
- Information Security Professionals
- IT Service Providers
- Financial Services
- Law Enforcement
- Cyber Educators
We’re not going to waste your time by telling you it’s raining.
Join us on October 19 and learn to build your ark.
Located in at the UCLA Extension Figueroa Courtyard in Downtown Los Angeles.
Includes continental breakfast and light lunch
4.0 Hours Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) Credit
Press Release: SecureTheVillage Announces Cybersecure Los Angeles – 2017 to Assist Business Get Cyber-Prepared, August 22, 2017