Insights for bringing privacy challenges down to earth.
October 22, 2017
October 23, 2017
Introduction to Privacy XChange Forum and Welcome
The hack of the Democratic National Committee’s email in 2016 left a trail of clues pointing to expert hackers sponsored by the Russian government. Inside the plot that changed the course of political history.
Malcolm Nance Book Signing
With the right preparation, organizations can shield themselves from the impact of ransomware. A real world case study and best practices.
Identity theft has reached epidemic proportions across the U.S. This session delves into the most current federal data.
Cyberbullying has created a new category of risk, with parents held accountable for their children’s actions. Awareness and prevention are critical to helping students stop bullying and cyberbullying.
CyberScout product update.
For the second year, CyberScout and the Identity Theft Resource Center award a scholarship to a Girl Scout for her efforts learning about Mobile Privacy.
America’s war with Russia’s greatest cybercriminal began in the spring of 2009, when the FBI and top cyber experts chased the notorious Zeus virus. Here’s how they took it down.
As US Attorney, Preet Bharara prosecuted core members of the computer hacking groups LulzSec and Anonymous, and his office collaborated with the FBI on the largest international takedown of personal ID thefts ever. He believes that cybersecurity is the biggest issue of our times for businesses and cyber crime our greatest threat.
Find out about the latest hacks and counter-hacks, ranging from Minecraft hacking markets to black box voting, phishing and breaking into the cloud.
Regulations that protect consumer privacy vary widely around the world, posing challenges to global organizations. In this session, global privacy experts discuss the impact of regulation.
October 24, 2017
Introductions and Welcome
The relentless assault on retail and banking systems escalates every year. An essential update on fraud and loss prevention.
Outdated “silent cyber” and gray areas in cyber coverage may be hidden in your P&C portfolio, adding to risk. This panel discusses the risks and how to address them.
CyberSecurity guru Bruce Schneier shares his vision of the most relevant threats, what’s next, and how we can steer toward a more secure future.
Connected devices in the home, ranging from smart toys to security cameras, pose significant security risks that are not addressed by most coverages. How to prepare.
What’s next for the cybersecurity industry? CyberScout CEO Matt Cullina shares his thoughts as the conference closes.