Wikileaks claims to possess a stash of sensitive information from pharma, financial and technology companies, with no shortage of suppliers on the horizon. It should be clear; based solely on recent history, the damage that can be inflicted is far greater when secrets are stolen and made public than a simple malware attack. While this threat is greatest from disgruntled employees, activists and vigilantes, even a dissatisfied customer can take to the internet to inflict brand damage.
During this program, our speaker will cover a variety of topics including his experience as CSO and Lead Responder/Forensic Investigator during HBGary’s highly publicized incident in 2011 that ushered in a new era for Anonymous.
Please register for this event by visiting: http://NCEBIIA1013P.eventbrite.com
You must pre-register via Eventbrite.com in order to ensure access to the event. No walk-in registration at the event.
This program is eligible for 2 CPE Credits. Please contact Ruth Powell at 925-827-7454, or e-mail, at RuthPowell@Chevron.com. Additional Information is available on the event flyer here.
Member Price: $30
Non-Member Price: $35
Programs are free for Students and Faculty!