Are You at Risk? Attend our upcoming Cyber Security Luncheon

Harter Secrest & Emery LLP is excited to partner with All Covered and Dell SonicWALL to host “Cyber Threat Update Luncheon: A View of Recent Developments on the Cyber Risk Front from the Legal and Technical Perspectives”. This complimentary presentation and luncheon starts at 11:00 am on Thursday, May 5, 2016 at Harter Secrest & Emery’s Rochester office.

OVERVIEW:

An informative update on the latest developments in the cyber threat landscape from a legal and information security perspective. Featured speakers will address such issues as:

  • business e-mail compromise;
  • the rise in ransomware attacks;
  • social engineering;
  • securing the human element of your network; and
  • breaking the malware cycle.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
  • IT security professionals
  • Financial officers
  • Human resources professionals
  • Executive team members
  • Business owners
  • Anyone who wants to stay abreast of the ever changing landscape of cyber risk.
PRESENTERS:

F. Paul Greene, HSE Privacy and Data Security Chair

  • Paul is Chair of HSE's Privacy and Data Security practice and represents companies of all sizes in numerous industries on pre- and post-data breach issues. 

Wayne Wilkening, Senior Systems Engineer, Dell SonicWALL

  • Wayne Wilkening has been in the security and networking fields for more than 20 years. Before joining the Dell SonicWALL team 11 years ago, he worked at AT&T, the Pentagon, and other IT focused organizations.

Businesses and individuals interested in registering for the luncheon can click here; or, contact Denise Hubbard at (585) 231-1294. 

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