Oldsmar’s Cyber Attack Raises the Alarm for the Water Industry | #conferences2021 | #cybersecurity | #conference

On February 8, 2021, the City of Oldsmar, Florida gave a press conference to disclose “an unlawful intrusion to the city’s water treatment system.” Someone on the Internet successfully accessed the computer controlling the chemicals used to treat drinking water for the city and changed the level of sodium hydroxide…

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World’s First 24-Hour Global Venture Investor Conference “Emergence 2021” to launch on Friday 5 March 2021 | #conferences2021 | #cybersecurity | #conference

The world’s first 24-hour Global Venture Investor Conference, Emergence 2021, will launch on Friday 5 March 2021 The event will be hosted by Wholesale Investor, an Australian based leading private investment platform More than 100 high growth emerging companies seeking capital and strategic opportunities will participate in the event More…

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AI in Cybersecurity: Six Considerations for 2021 | #conferences2021 | #cybersecurity | #conference

Heading into 2021, the future of artificial intelligence (AI) in technology and cybersecurity will only continue to evolve as more organizations adopt new and innovative techniques. According to one recent survey, two-thirds of organizations are already using the intelligent technology for cybersecurity purposes. Using these tools allows for companies to be more…

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New tool reveals security and privacy issues with contact tracing apps | #conferences2021 | #cybersecurity | #conference

Researchers have developed a tool to identify security and privacy risks associated with Covid-19 contact tracing apps. COVIDGuardian, the first automated security and privacy assessment tool, tests contact tracing apps for potential threats such as malware, embedded trackers and private information leakage. Using the COVIDGuardian tool, cybersecurity experts assessed 40…

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Leveraging Advanced Technologies to Drive Business Success Will Guide the Conversation at HMG Strategy’s Upcoming 2021 HMG Live! Atlanta CIO Executive Leadership Summit | #conferences2021 | #cybersecurity | #conference

2021 HMG Live! Atlanta CIO Executive Leadership Summit Join the top CIOs, CTOs, CISOs and technology executives from the Greater Atlanta area and from across North America as we explore the top leadership, strategic, and cultural issues facing their organizations today. WESTPORT, Conn., Feb. 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — HMG…

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SolarWinds cybersecurity spending tops $3 million in Q4, sees $20 million to $25 million in 2021 | #conferences2021 | #cybersecurity | #conference

SolarWinds said it spent more than $3 million on cybersecurity costs in the fourth quarter due to its recent breach and sees security-related expenses of $20 million to $25 million in 2021.  The $20 million to $25 million security-related expenses include initiatives to bolster product defense, remediation and consulting fees,…

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CSM Celebrates 70th Anniversary of National Engineers Week Feb. 21-27 | thebaynet.com | TheBayNet.com | #conferences2021 | #cybersecurity | #conference

SOMD – CSM Pre-Engineering Coordinator Jehnell Linkins accepts a citation from Maryland State Delegate Dr. Edith Patterson and the Southern Maryland Delegation recognizing Linkins for her advocacy of CSM and all engineering students. Accepts Proclamations from Elected Officials; Promotes Engineering Clubs; Host Engineering Events  The College of…

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Outlook 2021: Shen grad Aneesa Hussain, Girls Who Code strive to put more women in technology jobs | #conferences2021 | #cybersecurity | #conference

Girls Who Code is on a mission. So is Aneesa Hussain. “I want to be the role model I never had,” she said. Hussain, a 2012 Shenendehowa High School graduate, has a bachelor’s degree in informatics/cybersecurity from the University at Albany. Together with Girls who Code, she is helping girls…

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Outlook 2021: Shen grad Aneesa Hussain, Girls Who Code strive to put more women in technology jobs | #conferences2021 | #cybersecurity | #conference

Girls Who Code is on a mission. So is Aneesa Hussain. “I want to be the role model I never had,” she said. Hussain, a 2012 Shenendehowa High School graduate, has a bachelor’s degree in informatics/cybersecurity from the University at Albany. Together with Girls who Code, she is helping girls…

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