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Cyber Attack Simulation Event - Denver

Events / Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016
12:30 – 4 p.m. Attack simulation | 4 – 5 p.m. Cocktail reception

University of Denver
Engineering & Computer Science Building
2155 E. Wesley Ave.
Room 510
Denver, CO 80208

Cybersecurity threats continue to be among the most pressing issues today. Companies must proactively take steps to protect themselves against the risks arising from the compromise of personal data, loss of critical business systems, and theft of intellectual property and other proprietary information.

Please join us on Thursday, October 27 for a Cyber Attack Simulation where experts from FireEye, BakerHostetler and the FBI will share best practices and help you prepare for a potential cyber breach.

During this event, we will walk through a mock incident and discuss legal and technical challenges that arise when responding to a cyber security incident. Also, we will discuss important topics such as legal disclosures, cyber insurance, incident response plans, communications and working with law enforcement.

Our panelists will include:
  • Ted Kobus, BakerHostetler Privacy and Data Protection National Leader
  • FBI Special Agent (to be announced)
  • Eric Scales, Mandiant Incident Response Director
  • Robb Reck, Ping Identity CISO

We look forward to you joining us for what is certain to be an informative and action-packed afternoon.

Space is limited. Please reserve your seat today.

For questions, please contact Courtney Litman at 215.564.2771.

Register now >>

Event Details

DATE

Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016

TIME

12:30 – 4 p.m. - Attack simulation

4 – 5 p.m. - Cocktail reception

VENUE

University of Denver
Engineering & Computer Science Building
2155 E. Wesley Ave.
Room 510
Denver, CO 80208

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