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Dallas Cyber Security Conference 2018

Dallas Cyber Security Conference 2018
Event on 2018-04-04 08:00:00
2018 Dallas Cyber Security Conference This conference qualifies for CPE credits!  Passes include a full lunch, entrance into the main conference room and all conference material. Program Description:  Data Connectors will be hosting the Dallas Cyber Security Conference on Wednesday, April 4th. The event will start at 8:15 AM with a check-in and opening introductions before presentation sessions begin at 8:45. Between the educational sessions that go throughout the day, there will be time to visit vendor booths to obtain information regarding product and service offerings.  Event Sponsors/Vendors include: Click here for a full agenda When you register to attend a Data Connectors vendor-sponsored conference, your event registration information is used to confirm registrations and may be used to send product information and promotional material. (Information may also be used to compile broad demographic information). As Data Connectors may disclose your event registration information to those vendors sponsoring the event, Data Connector's customer agreement with the Sponsor provides that the Sponsor (a) may use this information only to send you product information, to contact you via common methods of communication to assess your interest in its products and services, and (b) may share this information with a business partner, reseller or distributor of its products and services for the permitted marketing purposes set forth above. You should contact the Sponsor directly if you have any questions about their use of this information.

at TBD
111 Anywhere
Dallas, United States

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Tarleton State University Cyber Security Summit 2016

Tarleton State University Cyber Security Summit 2016
Event on 2016-09-13 08:30:00
Tarleton State University Cyber Security Summit 2016 Cyber Security for the Board and the C-Suite "What You Need to Know" Cyber Security experts will discuss corporate cyber-attacks and legal practitioners will discuss strategies to help companies comply with the increasingly complex data security laws. Data privacy and security experts will discuss practical solutions to current problems. Keynote: Bryan Sartin, the Managing Director Verizon RISK Services, will be attending as the Keynote speaker. Bryan manages the reactive end of Verizon Enterprise Solutions and responsible for handling civil and criminal incidents as well as intelligence functions for entities both and off Verizon's network. Mr. Sartin is the founder of Verizon Investigative Response, one of the world’s largest nonmilitary IT investigations groups. This operation handles cyber investigations in 40+ countries each year and has been retained to investigate many of the world’s most damaging and publicly-visible data breaches on record. Mr. Sartin is also co-author of the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, an annual joint study into the contributing factors behind security failures and a great example of public private partnership on intelligence sharing specific to cyber security. Honored Guest Speakers: Dallas FBI Cybercrimes Dallas US Secret Service Dept. of Justice – Candy Heath, Assistant United States Attorney, Lead Cyber Attorney, Economic Crimes United States Attorney’s Office Northern District of Texas Jeff Schilling, Armor Inc., Chief of Operations and Security Chuck Easttom, Computer Scientist and Author Shawn E. Tuma, Attorney, Cybersecurity & Data Protection Partner at Scheef & Stone, LLP Randell Casey, CEO and founder CyberDefenses Inc. John South, former Chief Security Officer at Heartland Payments Systems & CSO of the Year Mike Saylor, Executive Director, Cyber Defense Labs.

at Bush Presidential Center’s Cafe 43
2943 SMU Boulevard
Dallas, United States

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Has anyone broadcasting on Cyber Station USA ever been hired away to work in regular terestrial Radio?

Question by Kevin Cunningham: Has anyone broadcasting on Cyber Station USA ever been hired away to work in regular terestrial Radio?
Has anyone there made it on to real radio?

Best answer:

Answer by Common Sense
No, and no one ever will…Commercial radio is much different than anything on the web as it has to make a profit.

What do you think? Answer below!

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