Technology Section Council Roundtable Series - Virtual Edition

When:  May 15, 2019 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM (ET)
Facilitator: Justin Brady, SyCom Technologies

Virtual Roundtable

We'll be hosting the conversation on Zoom. See login instructions below. This will be a highly interactive call. Face-to-face interaction is vital to success of the conversation. Participants are asked to use a webcam and video. 

About ASAE Technology Section Roundtables 

The Technology Roundtable is part of a series of technology conversations hosted by the ASAE Technology Section Council. Check this community's event calendar for more tech conversations.

The Technology Section Council presents its first Round Table Discussion of 2019 - Virtual Edition!

Cybersecurity: Present Landscape and Future Threats

Who should join:
CXO's, VP's, and Directors of IT. This will not be a highly technical discussion.

What to expect:
Discussions around the current prevailing threat landscape, common cybersecurity threats, and common preventions. Discuss with your peers what other associations are doing (and not doing) around cybersecurity defense. Share what your organization is doing around cybersecurity and what steps you are taking to minimize your risk of a breach. What are you not doing and what should you be?

How can I participate?
Share with others your experiences with CyberSecurity. Some questions to get you started:
-- Have you ever had any experiences with a breach and how did it go? This can be any experience from any level.
-- What are the biggest security risks to your association?
-- What is a small win you have done (or can do) for your security?
-- Which products and services do you use in your security portfolio and what do they do for you.


Online Instructions:
Login: This Virtual Round Table will be a video only meet-up. No phone numbers will be provided as all participants must agree to use the Zoom video conferencing tool on a computer or Mobile Device.
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