Economics of Cyber & Risk Management

Cyber security has historically conjured up thoughts of hooded bandits working in a dark room to hack into our nation’s defense systems and corporation’s websites. The COVID-19 pandemic has proven that cyber security extends far beyond national security and online presence as it affects our daily lives and business operations. Businesses, government agencies, educational institutions, healthcare entities, and nonprofits alike are all grappling with IT (Information Technology) infrastructure challenges, and the pressures will not subside anytime soon.

Teleworking, telehealth, virtual learning, and e-commerce are just a few daily practices being influenced by data security, access, and management. Simultaneously, labor shortages continue to challenge technology firms in their ability to combat digital adversaries. Future business profits undoubtedly will be linked to the cyber and risk management practices business entities put in place and the ongoing training their employees receive as they protect their data assets and intellectual property.

 

View the 2022 Cyber Conference Program here.

Ready to Learn?

Held at Howard Community College in Downtown Columbia, this year’s conference will be one to remember as a world-class roster of speakers and panelists take the stage to talk cyber awareness, resiliency, digital transformation, and risk management.

July 13, 2022

7:30AM - 3:30PM

 

Howard Community College 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway Columbia, MD 21044

Cyber Conference Overview

2022 Speakers

  • The Honorable Ben Cardin

    United States Senator
  • David Luber

    Deputy Director for Cybersecurity Directorate at National Security Agency
  • Diana Burley

    Vice Provost for Research, American University

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