On September 26, Capitol Broadcasting’s WRAL TechWire will host “Hackers, Malware, Ransomware & You,” at Research Triangle Park as part of the Executive Exchange series.
The afternoon event is designed to assist triangle businesses in preventing cyber attacks and navigating the tumultuous terrain of data security. It will feature a fireside chat with IBM’s noted Cybersecurity Architect, Jim Boyles. Boyles has spent more than 20 years working in IT, with specializations in intrusion prevention, vulnerability assessment, security management, IT compliance automation and IT data management.
Additionally, there will be two diverse panels. “What’s missing from data security” and “Opportunities in workforce and economic development” will highlight strategies to minimize risks and maximize opportunities in the private and public sector.
Panel: What’s missing from your data security programs?
Sophia H. Bahhur, Vice President & Treasury Management Sales Consultant, Wells Fargo
Chris Beal, Chief Information Security Officer, MCNC
Will Cherry, Attorney, Manning, Fulton, and Skinner, PA
Jim Guido, CTO, Stalwart
Panel: Opportunities in workforce & economic development
Jane Nickles, CIO, City of Greensboro
Dr. Matthew Zullo, Dept Head for Networking & Computer Technologies, Wake Tech
Ron Culler, CTO, Secure Designs
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