The cost of cyberattacks in the US varies from a few Million to Billions of dollars per year and reach; problem is nobody knows for sure because many companies are embarrassed to report such crimes. According to IBM Security Services, there were 1.5 million cyber-attacks in the United States in 2016, with nearly 40% of those attacks were motivated by industrial espionage, terrorism, financial crimes, data theft, or dissatisfaction with employers.
2016 has been a challenging year for politics, public safety, individuals and companies in terms of online security. Unwanted attacks became more sophisticated, difficult to find and extremely expensive to correct. Win32/Conflicker, WannaCry, Cloak and Dagger, Botnets and thousands more are responsible for significant data and financial loss.
2017 will ‘see’ and experience in increase in attacks and sophistication; predictions and trends for the future are discussed in this webinar:
By the end of the Webinar participants should be able to:
INTRODUCTION TO SECURITY
Challenges of Securing Information
What Is Information Security?
Who Are the Attackers?
Building a Comprehensive Security Strategy
Personal Security Attacks
Personal Security Defenses
Attacks Using Malware
How the Internet Works
Internet Security Risks
Physical CD-USB of recorded session will be despatched after 72 hrs on completion of payment
Education & Training: ? Doctorate in Management, Colorado Technical University ? Master of Science in Quality Assurance, California State University ? Certified Quality Black Belt (two-year certification program) Current Employment: ? Adjunct Professor New Mexico Jr. College (NMJC), Hobbs, NM (Energy Technology) ? Webinar development and training Civilian Experience: ?Director of Quality Assurance: aerospace and computer industries (Inspector to Director) ?Developed and presented training: reliability engineering, root cause failure analysis, Six Sigma (35 courses) ?Provided training to pacific rim suppliers in accelerated life testing of communications, computer and digital storage products ?Cost savings $15M, generated $14M in sales ? Development and approval by NMJC Board of Directors, Higher Learning Commission, New Mexico HED for NMJC's Energy Technology AAS degree