2018 Cybersecurity Conference Agenda2018-03-14T08:59:41+00:00

2018 Cybersecurity Conference Agenda

Registration, Light Breakfast, Exhibitor Displays

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How Cybersecurity Impacts Business

Exploring case studies in Utah. 

Awareness is the first step towards a more resilient, cyber secure business. This panel will provide an overview of Utah’s cyber landscape and illustrate the environment our economy is operating in.

Moderator: Aubrey Murray, Perpetual Storage

Panelists:

  • Ivy Estabrooke, USTAR
  • Jason Graun, Fortinet
  • Eric Montague, Executech

How Vulnerable is Your Business?

Taking an inventory, testing, and assessing vulnerabilities.

Cybersecurity starts and ends with Configuration Management. A critical aspect of Configuration Management is taking an inventory of hardware, software, firmware, and wetware (users) on your business IT system. Once you know what’s on your system, you know where to look for vulnerabilities, and can begin to plan and prioritize remediation.

Speaker: Adam Austin, Haight Bey & Associates

Where to Start on Cybersecurity?

Vetting service providers, applying best practices, and accessing resources.

More than 75 percent of attacks exploit the failure to put in place basic controls. Joe Albaugh will expound on the foundational practices businesses can implement and empower the business community with practical preventative solutions.

Joe Albaugh, Vivint

Vincent Voci, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Networking Break

Visit with attendees, sponsors and exhibitors.

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A Message From Congressman Chris Stewart

How Should Your Business React to a Cyber Attack?

Law enforcement, reporting, and responding.

79% of small business owners do not have a cyber attack response plan, and yet, 60% of small businesses have experienced a cyber breach. In today’s modern economy, cyber attacks have become inevitable, but they do not have to be devastating. Preparing for this reality will allow businesses to respond in a fluid manner that enables recovery.

Moderator: Matt Sorenson, Secuvant

Panelists:

  • Jeff Collins, FBI
  • Charles Kikumoto, Moreton & Company
  • Elaina Maragakis, Ray Quinney & Nebeker
  • David Sonnenreich, Utah Attorney General’s Office

How Does Your Business Reduce Cyber Risk and Limit Damage?

Protecting brand reputation and maintaining resilience.

Protecting brand reputation and preserving the trust of customers, partners, and contract providers is a critical element of any business. The recovery process after experiencing a breach can be burdensome, but with the proper guidance operations can be repaired and return to functionality.

Speaker: Peggy Larsen, Univantage

What is the Future of Cybersecurity?

Leveraging Technology to Protect Your Business.

Our economy has shifted to a highly digital and globally connected stage. With these advancements, new challenges have come into play, along with new tools to overcome these challenges. This segment will focus on what to expect for the future of security and how to become increasingly proactive.

Speaker: John McClurg, Cylance

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