How deeply does Donald Trump understand cybersecurity? As the Trump Administration begins, expect a ramp-up in cyber espionage as well as more “test attacks” by nation-states, say some cybersecurity experts. But is that fair? During the early days of Trump’s presidency, how are we seeing Trump’s cybersecurity policies and strategies shaping up, and what are the implications for the nation’s long-term cybersecurity resiliency? This session will explore how the new administrations cybersecurity policies and stance are expected to impact not only your operations but also your business.
We’re kicking off our 2017 series of Fraud & Breach Prevention summits in January, with our third North American event taking place in May in Washington D.C. D.C. will focus on technology-driven problems and solutions of interest to a wide range of sectors, including the public sector. From IoT and the emerging use of deception technology, to the ever-persistent and ongoing business email compromise trend, DDoS for extortion and ransomware attacks, 2017 promises to have more than enough for all of us to talk about and learn from each other. We have intentionally designed our sessions to address the needs of CISOs, fraud and risk teams, security and IT professionals, and many others by providing hands-on tools and real-world problems and solutions that attendees can take back to their offices long after the summits end.