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Thursday
Nov 5, 2015
Cyber Security Literacy For Entrepreneurs: What You Need To Know
Union Bank

Built Oregon, the digital magazine that brings awareness to entrepreneurs & companies throughout the diverse regions of our state through inspirational storytelling, events, and podcasts, and our Presenting Sponsor Union Bank, hosts "Cyber Security For Entrepreneurs: What You Need To Know"

Overview

Over the last few years we have seen cybersecurity move from the realm of IT to the center stage. With mega breaches impacting every industry from retail, healthcare and government, institutions and businesses of all stripes and sizes are continuously under attack by increasingly sophisticated and well funded adversaries from around the world.

In this panel we will discuss what businesses should be aware of when it comes to cybersecurity, and what they can do to mitigate risk associated with cybercrime. We will highlight issues around:

  • Data collection as a resource and liability 
  • Challenges securing remote workers, and IT systems built and used without company approval or knowledge (known as "shadow IT")
  • Understanding your attack surface (the aggregate of all known, unknown and potential vulnerabilities and controls) both in the office and in the cloud
  • Securing payments and preventing fraud
  • You’ve been breached…what happens now?

Moderator:  

Ken Westin - Sr. Security Analyst at Tripwire Inc

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Friday
Oct 25, 2019
BSides PDX 2019
through Oregon Convention Center

BSides PDX is a gathering of the most interesting infosec minds in Portland and the Pacific Northwest! Our passion about all things security has driven attendance from other parts of the country. Our goal is to provide an open environment for the InfoSec community to engage in conversations, learn from each other and promote knowledge sharing and collaboration. The Portland and greater Northwest information security community spans a broad spectrum of participation from CISOs, Fortune 100 company security experts, small business system admins, to independent security researcher.

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