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Bad Guys Want Your Stuff: Seven Ways to Defeat Cyberattacks Against Your Home and Business
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Extortion. Theft. Terror. Could it happen to you? Come and spend an hour with expert cyber-defender Mark Graff as he lays out what hackers are after -- and how you can stop them. You will learn about invisible attacks that are happening around the clock; what can happen if you’re not prepared (and, maybe, even if you are); and seven simple, effective ways to defend your home, your family, and your business from hackers around the world.
A cyber security practitioner and thought leader for over 25 years, Mark Graff is the Founder and CEO at Tellagraff, LLC.
Graff is a seasoned Chief Information Security Officer, having filled that role for NASDAQ and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. While at NASDAQ, Graff founded and chaired the Cyber Security committee for the World Federation of Exchanges, the first international organization of executives responsible for the cyber safety of the world’s stock exchanges.
Graff has lectured on risk analysis, the future of cyber security and privacy, and other topics before the American Academy for the Advancement of Science, the Federal Communications Commission, the Pentagon, the National Nuclear Security Administration, and many other U.S. national security facilities and “think tanks.” He has appeared as an expert witness on cyber security before both Congress and the Presidential Commission on Infrastructure Survivability, and served as an expert witness on electronic voting machine software for the state of California.
Graff’s book, “Enterprise Security Software: a Confluence of Disciplines” explains how to work with software developers and security practitioners to produce integrated security solutions for business. His “Secure Coding: Principles and Practices”, has been used at dozens of universities around the world to teach how to design and build secure software-based systems.
Graff holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Southern Mississippi. His base of operations is New York City.
This program is free and open to the public.
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