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Cyber Security For Decision Makers: A Non-Technical Presentation
There is more crime and espionage committed today through cyber space than through all other ways put together. The Cyber Security For Decision Makers: A Non-Technical Presentation event is designed to educate decision makers about the issues surrounding cyber security of their information systems and the need to change many of the strategies that have been in place for many years.
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Presentations
Time   Host/Speaker(s)
8:00 am   Registration and Coffee
8:30 am   Welcome: Dr. T. Andrew Yang Executive Director – Cyber Security Institute, UHCL
PowerPoint Presentation
8:35 am   "NASA and Cyber Security" Dr. Kamlesh Lulla, Director – University Research, Collaborations and Partnership Office, NASA/JSC
8:40 am   Introduction to the Speakers: Freeman Mendell, Development Director – Cyber Security Institute, UHCL
8:45 am   “The Trouble with Cyber Security Is…” Ross A. Leo, CISSP, CHS-III, Starting with the Basics of Cyber Security
PowerPoint Presentations: Cybersecurity for Decision Makers | Risk Management
9:35 am   Break
9:45 am   “Cloud Computing Dangers and Pitfalls” Ernesto F. Rojas, Founder and President, Forensic & Security
Services Inc.
What Is Cloud Computing? What are the Problems of Implementing Cloud Computing without Adequate    
Knowledge of this New Environment?
PowerPoint Presetnation
10:35 am   Break
10:45 am   "Malware: What Is It, Where Is It, and How Did It Find Me?" Rob Davis, Leidos Cyber Security Line
Business Manager The Different Flavors of Malware and Why You Care
11:35am   Lunch
12:00   “Eight Strategies to Reduce Your Risk” Sheryl Falk, Esquire, Winston and Strawn LLP
Strategies You Can Take Back to Your Organization to Reduce your Company’s Risk in the Event of a Data
Breach
PowerPoint Presentation
12:50   Break
1:00 pm   “America’s Biggest Threat: Economic Espionage” T. Casey Fleming, Chairman and CEO BlackOps Partners Corporation
The Impact of Today’s Economic Espionage Threat on U.S. Companies and the U.S. Economy
1:50 pm   Break
2:00 pm    “A New Battleground” Major Steve Schippers, U.S. Army
The Modern Army and Cyber Security
PowerPoint Presentation
2:50 pm   Break
3:00 pm   “FBI: Houston, We Have a Problem” Angela Haun, Special Agent, FBI
How to Engage the FBI when an Intrusion is Detected and How to Prevent the Next Attack
4:00 pm   Wrap-up: Dr. Zbigniew J. Czajkiewicz, Dean - School of Science and Computer Engineering
4:05 pm   Adjourn
For more information about the event, contact event organizer Freeman Mendell at mendell@uhcl.edu. For more information about sponsorships, contact Dion McInnis at mcinnis@uhcl.edu.

In partnership with: NASA Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership Bay Tech Infragard
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