Tuesday, March 3, 2020
1:00 p.m. Central Time
Presenter: Sharee English, Chief Security Officer, WECybr
We hear it all the time: “Ignorance is bliss”. Sadly, this is far from the truth when it comes to cybersecurity. A staff of uninformed employees could be a liability for security breaches. With no room for vulnerability in the workplace, employees must be educated to be aware of scamming, hacking, and other criminal dangers that could affect your business.
Many organizations offload cybersecurity exclusively to the IT department, but there are many facets of cybersecurity that need to be managed by every single employee. This session will bridge the distance between the end users, IT, and executives about cybersecurity and provide actionable steps to increase the cybersecurity footprint of your organization. We believe "Education is power" and we want to help empower your users to guard against common attacks.
- Three simple rules to implement when traveling.
- Top two easiest ways to be compromised and how to prevent them.
- Planning for continued education.
About the Presenter:
Chief Security Officer
Sharee English enjoys being an unusually ‘techie’ executive who can translate ‘geek-speak’ for all users. She is the Chief Security Officer at WECybr, has a Masters degree in Cybersecurity and over 20 years in the technology field. She started her career as a computer programmer and navigated her way through technology, landing in Cybersecurity. She is a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), a certified Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (C/HFI), and is in the top 5% of Microsoft Certified Trainers (MCT). Her passion is to help companies navigate technology and implement cybersecurity practices to protect their businesses.