Cost: None - Courtesy of Onstream Media and Signature Boston/MCCA

When: Thursday, February 26, 2015, 1:00-2:00 PM Eastern Time

Moderator: Michelle Bruno, event-industry blogger, technology journalist, publisher of the Event Tech Brief e-newsletter and one of the judges of the EIBTM Technology Watch Competition.

Guest Panelists: Michael Robinson is a cyber threat analyst and forensic investigator for a large, international company, Michael was a senior digital forensic examiner, where he performed computer and cell phone exploitation and analysis for customers in the U.S. Intelligence Community.

Description

Cyber-security is a topic affecting every business that utilizes the Internet, including meetings, conferences, and trade shows where business intelligence and private information is exchanged and communicated regularly over wired and wireless networks. While it only takes ONE major incident to compromise the integrity of an organization, most trade show planners are oblivious to the risks and remedies available to them. In this TSNN webinar, event-technology journalist Michelle Bruno speaks with cyber-security expert Michael Robinson about what to look for, how to prepare, and who is responsible for securing any event.

Webinar Attendees Will Learn:

  • How cyber-attacks work and the particular vulnerabilities of meetings
  • What event planners should be asking their technology partners
  • What trade show organizers should do before their next event

Listen to this webcast on our YouTube Channel


 

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