Exploring the Dark World of Cybersecurity
You have likely seen news reports about the breach of the Equifax database, the theft of Target customers’ credit card information or distribution of stolen private information on the dark web. Cyber-attacks that compromise the security of electronically stored data are increasing at an alarming pace. These security breaches present enormous legal and financial risks for individuals and organizations of all types in the both the private and public sectors.
The Lexington Forum’s November program will address the mysteries of cybersecurity. Our presenters will be Tim Roberts and Sarah Spurlock, who are professionals experienced in the legal, practical and technical aspects of cybersecurity.
- Tim Roberts is a Senior Security Consultant within NTT Security’s Threat Services group. He hacks into IT systems to expose their weaknesses and to assist with improving their security. Tim has held management, IT and physical security roles across multiple industries, including healthcare and government. His professional experiences cover traditional/non-traditional hacking techniques that include network, wireless, social engineering, application, physical and scenario-based compromises. He has spoken at national, international and collegiate security and hacker conferences. Tim will identify current real world threats and trends, like cloning proximity badges, social engineering, data theft, and the dark web.
- Sarah Spurlock is an attorney with the Louisville office of Stites & Harbison PLLC. She is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional. She advises clients on health information privacy and security laws and data breach prevention and response. She is a frequent speaker on cybersecurity topics such as “Cyber Threats & Ransomware,” “Cybersecurity for business: Improving data security and mitigating the impact of a cyber-attack,” “Be Cyberwise: Protect & Position Your Business for Growth,” and “Under Attack: Cyber Threats Against the Health Care Industry.” Sarah will discuss the legal implications of information security and techniques for protecting yourself and your company.
To become better informed about the real world threats to your cybersecurity and related legal implications, please join the Lexington Forum on November 2, 2017 at 7:15 am at the Boone Center on the campus of the University of Kentucky.
7:30 Breakfast and Program