How safe is your company’s information?
Once again, strategically operating your business is about knowing what the right questions are. If you haven’t recently given consideration to the physical and electronic vulnerability of your company’s intellectual property, confidential and proprietary methods, financial information, and business plans… it’s time to do so!
The Sylint Group, a Sarasota-based information security firm, is putting on an Executive Cyber Security Symposium that will provide the strategic vantage point you need as a business owner or executive in order to evaluate your current exposure to risk. Sylint’s team consists of people whose resumes list agencies such as NSA, CIA, and FBI. Access to such top-notch expertise is something you don’t find everyday, nor would it be inexpensive if you did.
But, for $385, you can hear from members of Sylint’s team, as well as two local attorneys, and a current FBI agent. Not a bad deal when you consider that the costs associated with the average cyber security incident run in excess of $20,000…. Think of it as identity theft for your business… only multiplied.
I’ve had the privilege of working in the past with the father & son team at the helm of The Sylint Group. John Jorgensen and Serge Jorgensen are not only experienced and knowledgeable, but they’re some of the finest people you’ll meet. Here’s the nitty-gritty on the upcoming event:
Executive Cyber Security Symposium
- The Sylint Group
- John Jorgensen & Serge Jorgensen
- Prevention. Protection. Future Response.
- How to understand the technology and plan for Cyber Security
- Abel Band (Law Firm)
- Scott La Porta & Jennifer Compton
- The Legal Risks and Remedies of Cyber Security
- What you need to know about electronically-stored information
- Special Agent A. J. Gilman
- FBI Computer Crime Program
- Discussion of actual disclosable cases
When: Friday, February 23, 2007, 9:00am – 3:30pm (Registration opens at 8am)
They’re including a continental breakfast and a sit-down lunch with your paid registration. Be sure to register in advance, as this will likely fill up quickly. Also, there may be an additional charge for on-site registration.
Contact: Diane Lane, (941) 951-6015 ext. 440 or dlane [at] usinfosec [dot] comRelated Posts: