30. april 2019 - 8:00 inntil 12:00
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CYBER RISKS, TRENDS, PREDICTIONS 2019 | Marquette University Raynor Memorial Libraries | tysdag, 30. april 2019

CYBER RISK, TRENDS, PREDICTIONS
The mission of the Marquette University Center for Cyber Security Awareness and Cyber Defense includes providing cybersecurity knowledge to the community and the university. To inform the community and the university about current cyber risks and defenses we are hosting the 2nd annual CYBER RISK, TRENDS, PREDICTIONS. This event, created at the suggestion of our advisory council, will present insights from cybersecurity experts who are leading the efforts inside several premier cybersecurity organizations. The event is designed to equip cybersecurity leadership with knowledge of cyber trends and prediction to help them protect, detect, and respond to threats in their organizations.
FORMAT
 8:00  Registration and networking (light breakfast snacks and beverages will be served) 8:30  Welcome from the University and the Center for Cyber Security Awareness and Cyber Defense 8:50  Presentations      Josh Yost, System Engineering Manager Palo Alto Networks: Security Posture for the Age of Everything     Jason Madey, Chief Cyber Security Officer Carbon Black:  Incident Response and Threats     Che Bhatia, VP Cyber Resiliency and Jibran Ilyas Managing Director, Stroz Friedberg: Incident Response, Best Practices10:45 Panel - What do you need to do?      Josh Yost, System Engineering Manager Palo Alto Networks      Jason Madey, Chief Cyber Security Officer Carbon Black      Jibran Ilyas, Managing Director Digital Forensics and Incident Response, Stroz Friedberg      Annie O'Leary, Assistant VP--Cyber Broking, Aon12:00 Dismissal
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Business/Government: Cyber leaders responsible to protect, detect, and respond to threats Academic/Students: Those seeking up-to-date knowledge about the current threats and defenses 
Acknowledgment
The Center would like to thank the presenters for their particpation and Joe Simon (Aon) and Che Bhatia (Stroz Friedberg) for their encouragement and help in organizing this event.

 FAQs
 Are there ID and ticket requirements to enter the event?
Registration is free but required for admittance to the library. A registration desk will be available in the lobby for check-in by attendees. Pre-registration is greatly appreciated. Seating is limited.
 What are my parking options for getting to and from the event?
Parking for a nominal fee is available at university parking decks that are conveniently located near the library. See the Marquette University Visitor Parking webpage: 
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Send an email to Thomas Kaczmarek, Director of the Center for Cyber Security Awareness and Cyber Defense with your questions.
How can I find out more about the academic program and the center?
NSA/DHS have designated Marquette University as a Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education with an MS in Computing degree and a specialization in Information Assurance and Cyber Defense. Information about the program is available at the web site and through the director of the academic program, Thomas Kaczmarek.
What other events does the center sponsor?
We sponsor this anual meeting and others on the Ethics of Big Data, Cyber Security Awareness. We also sponsor a cyber job fair and K-12 outreach programs.