Three seminars – three cities.
Keep your growing tech company protected – join us at one, or more, upcoming discussions on cybersecurity!
Details to follow.
“I found the recent CTC Cybersecurity event in New Haven (in June) was timely and informative. With the recent Connecticut regulatory changes associated with cyber intrusion, the panel discussion on back-up retention, data encryption, vulnerability testing and recovery planning provided credence to our current cyber security strategy along with some valuable insights for next steps at our company.” – Sheldon Paul, CFO, Proton OnSite
“We attend CTC’s cybersecurity events to speak with CT companies about data protection challenges, keep abreast of state legislative actions and hear what other consultants are doing for their clients. We are looking forward to the September 30 event in Hartford to learn more and connect with companies in the area.” – Jason Bittner, CEO Triple Helix Corporation
“Cybersecurity Extortion & Fraud”
A discussion on Cyber Treats, Security & bitcoin
Members and friends of CTC arrived at Goodwin College early September 30th to enjoy a light breakfast and networking before the start of the program. Coffee, muffins, yogurt and danishes were served while the attendees mingled with other concerned business owners and cybersecurity experts. Once seated, Deputy Commissioner William P. Shea kicked off the program with a keynote address on cyber threats and security.
“These (cybersecurity threats) are things we should be talking about everyday” – William P. Shea, Deputy Commissioner of the Emergency Services and Public Protection Department, state of Connecticut” … read the full recap
Keynote Speaker: William P. Shea, Deputy Commissioner of the Emergency Services and Public Protection Department, state of Connecticut
Speaker: Leon Pintsov, CTC board of director and CEO of SignitSure
Moderator: Patricia Fisher, President & CEO of JANUS Associates; Board Members of CTC; Chair of CTC Cybersecurity Task Force
“Life Cycle of a Data Breach”
A discussion on best practices around Prevention, Detection, and Response!
Members and friends of CTC arrived at Frontier Communications early June 3rd to enjoy a light breakfast and networking before the start of the program. Coffee, a variety of juices, bagels, muffins and danishes were served while the 70 attendees mingled with other concerned business owners and cybersecurity experts.
“You are a victim until the investigation shows proof of negligence.” … Read the full recap
Keynote Speaker: Attorney General George Jepsen
Top Five Things You Can Do to Protect Your Clients and Your Business
The Cybersecurity Seminar Series, a new three-part discussion presented by the Connecticut Technology Council, kicked off in Stamford on Monday, March 30. The morning discussion on the Top Five Things You Can Do to Protect Your Business and Your Clients was hosted by UCONN Stamford. Congressman Jim Himes, ranking member of the Subcommittee for National Security Agency and Cybersecurity, was the keynote speaker … (Read more)
Bruce Carlson, President & CEO, Connecticut Technology Council
Patricia Fisher, President & CEO, JANUS Associates, Inc.
Nancy Hancock, Partner, Pullman and Comley LLC
Richard Harris, Partner, Day Pitney LLP
Rick Huebner, President & CEO, VIsual Technologies, Inc.
Lyle Liberman, COO, JANUS Associates, Inc.
Andy McCarthy, VP of Engineering & Technical Operations, Western NE Region, Comcast
Suzanne Novak, Owner/President, ERUdyne LLC
Dr. Leon Pintsov, CEO SignitSure Inc., Chief Scientist Emeritus Pitney Bowes
Paige Rasid, COO, Connecticut Technology Council
Ray Umerley, Vice President, Chief Data Protection Officer, Pitney Bowes
Ron Vernier, SVP and CIO, Hartford Steam Boiler
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