Practice Engine User Conference - Cyber Security Update September 28 & 29, 2016

Cyber Security Update
2016 Practice Engine User Conference
Le Meridien Atlanta Perimeter
Atlanta, GA

Join Director of Network Security Brad Pierce, as he presents the Cyber Security Update at the 2016 Practice Engine User Conference. 

September 28, 2016 at 2:00 p.m.
It takes an average of 256 days for an organization to identify an attack. Can you afford the fallout from 256 days of exposed sensitive data, interrupted operations, incurred financial expenses and legal penalties? There is much at stake and compliance is no longer enough.

In this presentation by HORNE Cyber, you’ll learn what the current threat landscape looks like, offensive oriented techniques to protect your organization, and what an advanced penetration test is comprised of. 

September 29, 2016 at 8:45 a.m.
Traditional cyber defense strategies and regulatory compliance standards are no longer enough. Cyberattacks are now so numerous and sophisticated that it is no longer a question of if you will be breached, but rather when. This means organizations must become offensive in their cybersecurity strategies and begin focusing on building their cyber resilience – the ability to operate in the face of persistent attacks.

In this presentation by HORNE Cyber, you will learn what actual cyberattacks look like, common data security risks/threats/breaches and how to avoid falling victim. You will also learn how to offensively protect your organization from cyber criminals with our recommended best practices.

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