Our spring cyber event is coming together. We are happy to announce that Frank Sauer, former Deputy Assistant Director of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for Software and Technology, is a confirmed speaker. Frank will bring to the discussion that the current paradigm is outdated and the general approach is based on decades-old thinking.
Frank’s presentation will cover:
- Why are Data Breaches still occurring and getting worse?
- How do you go about searching for a disruptive innovative solution that solves the problem and just doesn’t patch it and “kick the can down the road”?
We plan to include experts to discuss the current direction of policy, adding perspectives such as:
- How does public policy on national security vs. personal security affect and how is it affected by private sector solutions?
- How does all the above affect personal privacy?
This event will be an active discussion about the current landscape and the challenges institutions face in protecting themselves from Cyber attacks. If you are a leader of an organization, or are an entrepreneur who is developing solutions to enhance security, this is an event you will not want to miss!
Date: May 18th 5:30pm-9:00pm
Navy League Building
Ground Floor Conference Center
2300 Wilson Boulevard
Free street parking after 6:00 and paid parking available in the building.
There is an entrance to the building from Clarendon Blvd.