Recent Security Breaches and Your Organization
A Special Breakfast Workshop and Webcast
Join MTUG Wednesday, November 15th either in-person at the University of New England’s Portland campus at 7:00am OR online at the MTUG Webex Portal at mtug.webex.com at 7:30am for a special security-focused educational session and breakfast!
- 7:00am: In-person Breakfast Event Registration Opens with Continental Breakfast/Coffee
- 7:30 – 8:30am: Presentation (with Online Webex broadcast), with Q&A time near end
- 8:30 – 9:00am: Networking
Ryan McArthur will cover the lessons which can be learned from the largest, most significant data breaches based upon publicly available information on the Internet. Using articles from leading news organizations such as the New York Times, Computer World, Security Intelligence, etc., for each of the largest and most damaging breaches, including Equifax, this presentation briefly reviews and analyses key points of breakdown. Society expects organizations spending millions of dollars a year on Information Security would be very secure, yet, these organizations experience breaches. This core of this presentation examines common sense ideas and security industry best practices you might use to prevent a similar sequence of events happening to your organization.
- Room 233, Blewett Hall, University of New England, Portland campus
716 Stevens Avenue Portland, ME 04103
- Blewett Hall is on the south end of campus, behind the buildings for the School of Pharmacology and the School of Dental Hygiene.
- Parking available at that location, behind the Recreation Center. Signs will be placed to lead to the room.
- For those who can’t make it in person, please join us online at http://mtug.webex.com!
The Maine Technology Users Group, founded in 1987, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing IT professionals and enthusiasts together to share real technology experiences for the benefit of Maine businesses and communities. FMI about the organization, its activities, and resources, contact Kate Carpenter through MTUG’s “Contact Us” page at http://www.mtug.org or by calling 207-370-5327.