Are you vulnerable and exposed to the next-generation of cyber threats?

RSA2017 concluded with a whisper. Following a closing keynote by funnyman Seth Meyers, over 40,000 of the nations Cyber watchmen and women returned to their day jobs. They retuned but not like they departed. They were changed. Exposed to some of the most valuable information that InfoSec pros can digest. A collective glimpse into the future of technical, social, AI, and crypto threats. On march 9th, CIT’s Lawrence Cruciana will share “Lessons learned from RSA 2017 and the 1 Billion records breached in 2016”. The experts agree that the threats are now pivoting from Enterprise to Small Business. Why? Market Economics.
Come learn about how small businesses, small banks, and small businesses should be protecting themselves in 2017. This isn’t your ordinary InfoSec talk where you’ll leave with a head full of fear and no practical ways to implement what you learned. We’re applying all of the protections in meaningful and impactful ways that you’ll be able to implement when you leave. It’s not a sales pitch. It’s an information sharing session intended to help protect businesses from becoming the next victims.
Join us for breakfast and an all-around good time on March 9th.

RSVP Lessons Learned at RSA – State of Information

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