McKonly & Asbury, along with co-hosts CYBIR and PrismWorks Technology, Inc. is excited to announce the addition of Jamison Rotz, Founder and CEO of Nearly Human AI to the speaker lineup for our upcoming IT Risk Management & Cybersecurity Conference. Jamison will speak on Data Security in the Age of AI. AI is changing the way we approach our businesses and computing in general. With all of the benefits come new risks. From information leakage, to fair us, to bias, to deep fakes – Jamison will discuss the risks your security professionals need to be thinking about in terms of AI and some of the things you can do to mitigate them.
This full-day conference will be held on Tuesday, October 3 at the Hershey Country Club from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm. The following topics will also be covered.
- End User Security Parfait – Mark Crescenzi, President of Prismworks Technology, Inc.
Looking at the different layers of end user protection in an organization. Mark will focus on Azure AD Identity protection and using the tools in Microsoft 365 to better secure your environment. “Everybody loves Parfait!”
- SOC 2 and Vendor Management – David Hammarberg, Partner and SOC Leader at McKonly & Asbury
Initial vendor selection and the process of reviewing those vendors annually. Dave will lead a discussion around the red flags of vendor selection. This topic should be a priority in your security framework. A weak vendor makes your security stance as weak as they are.
- Current Security Vulnerabilities – Ken Pyle, Partner at CYBIR
- Panel Discussion
What does what we learned today and the future look like for attendees? This panel will be a dynamic conversation with attendees on how attending organizations can improve their security posture and mitigate potential risks. We will take the speakers for the day and their presentations, connect the dots and show you how it is all connected.
Registration: The fee for this conference is $50 per person.
This event is focused on providing critical insights, actionable takeaways, and scalable solutions to all attendees. Importantly, participants will have the opportunities to interact with speakers and network with colleagues, with the understanding that we are stronger when we are connected as a community.
More information regarding Continuing Professional Education credits will be forthcoming. If you have any questions regarding the event contact Hillary Daecher, Marketing Supervisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.