Join #CyberGuardian Stacey A. Wright for our next Information Security Management Webinar on May 13th!
Description: Cybercrime Support Network (CSN) is a nonprofit organization created to meet the challenges facing individuals and small businesses affected by cybercrime. As a public-private collaboration, CSN supports individuals and small businesses through FightCybercrime.org, a resource database for those affected by cybercrime and online fraud, and ScamSpotter.org, a website to help identify scams and stop fraudsters. Additional support is provided through our three programs focused on the Military & Veteran Community, The Cyber At Risk and Romance Scam Survivors. Stacey will discuss how the CSN can offer support, as well as what people can do to protect themselves, their families, and their businesses.
You Will Learn:
- What to do if you’re a victim of cybercrime.
- How to avoid becoming a victim of cybercrime.
Speaker: Stacey A. Wright, CISSP, is the Vice President of Cyber Resiliency Services at the non-profit Cybercrime Support Network (CSN) where she supports CSN’s mission to assist individuals and small businesses before, during, and after a cybercrime incident. Stacey leads projects to assist the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) in developing the Cyber domain for the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) and the development of the international Cyber Classification Compendium. She works with multiple partners and stakeholders around the world, particularly in state and local governments, and law enforcement.
Previously, Stacey was the Director of Partnerships and Cyber Intelligence at the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) at the Center for Internet Security (CIS), where she developed partnerships and produced timely, actionable, unbiased state, local, tribal, and territorial government and elections-focused insight. In addition, Stacey teaches two graduate cybersecurity and threat intelligence courses at the State University of New York. Prior to her employment at CIS, Stacey was the Cyber Intelligence Analyst for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Albany Division, where she was responsible for coordinating the local cyber intelligence program and served as the FBI’s liaison to the MS-ISAC. Stacey began her career as an Information Systems Specialist for the Cambridge, MA, Public Safety departments. She received her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University and her Master of Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She is a formally trained Intelligence Analyst and a national speaker on cybercrime.