On December 10th from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Cyber Security Institute will present “Cyber Security For Decision Makers: A Non-Technical Presentation”. The one day conference will take place at the NASA Johnson Space Center Gilruth Center.
Cyber Security Institute Executive Director T. Andrew Yang said “This daylong presentation will provide decision makers non-technical introductions of cyber security related topics, including cloud computing, malware and more.”
The conference will feature eight speakers, each speaking on a different topic. The line up for the day is as follows:
• “The Trouble with Cyber Security Is…;” Ross A. Leo, Certified Information Systems Security Professional and Certified Homeland Security III professional;
• “Cloud Computing Dangers and Pitfalls;” Ernesto F. Rojas, founder and president of Forensic & Security Services Inc.;
• “Malware, What is it, Where is it and How did it Find Me?;” Rob Davis, line business manager at Leidos Cybersecurity;
• “Eight Strategies to Reduce Your Risk;” Sheryl Falk, attorney at Winston and Strawn LLP;
• “A New Battleground;” Army Maj. Steve Schippers; and
• “FBI Houston, We Have a Problem” FBI Special Agent Angela Haun.
NASA Johnson Space Center, Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, BayTech and InfraGard Members Alliance – Houston have partnered to present this event which costs $150 for individuals or $2000 to sponsor a 10-person table with sponsorship recognition.
For more information about the Cyber Security Institute at UH-Clear Lake visit http://www.uhcl.edu/sce/csi_registration.