21. January 2020 - 12:00 till 13:30
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Cyber Security Briefing with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) | Ruth's Chris Steak House | Tuesday, 21. January 2020

Please come out and join us for our free cyber security briefing featuring our guest speaker, Cyber Security Advisor, Mike J. Lettman, from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This special briefing is designed for chief compliance officers, leaders, and managers from Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs).

Cyber Security Advisor Lettman will cover the following topics:

Understanding the Threat Landscape in 2020 
Key facts and figures on the growing cyber security risks
Real world examples of security threat incidents, attacks and breaches
How to prepare and defend your firm, employees, and operations
Best practices and key cyber security industry standards

Experts from itSynergy will also be on hand to share details on the key cyber security compliance requirements for Registered Investment Advisors. Now more than ever, cybersecurity is a central issue for regulators, compliance auditors, and RIA business leaders.
Register today, since seating is limited! 

About our Speaker:Mike Lettman is the Cyber Security Advisor for Region 9 with the Department of Homeland Security. Prior to becoming the Arizona CSA, Mike was the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for the State of Arizona for 6 years and the CISO for the State of Wisconsin for 8 years. Mike is currently only one of three people in the country that has worked as a CISO for two different state governments.
Mr. Lettman is a security evangelist and has spoken at many local and national events on the topic of cyber security. He has worked closely with the FBI, USSS, and local law enforcement to conduct many security investigations and help bring the adversaries to justice.


Disclaimer: DHS does not endorse any product or corporate enterprise. The DHS' goal is to solely inform the public of cyber threats and threat indicators, as well as a means for reporting such activity to the appropriate law enforcement agency.