Cybersecurity Breakfast Series: Rules of Engagement with a Hacker

A hacker has contacted you. Now what? Not all hackers are inherently bad. If the person is a grey hat hacker, she may have found a vulnerability in your system and doesn't have any intention of exploiting it unless you fail to respond or comply with her requests. How you respond to this person could lead to very different results. Join us for a discussion between Jay Radcliffe and Sandy Dunn about white, grey, and black hat hackers and use of a business's resources to tackle its data security vulnerabilities.


Agenda: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 2019
8:15 – 8:30 AM | Registration/Breakfast
8:30 – 9:30 AM | Presentation


Speakers:

  • Jay Radcliffe is a researcher at Thermo Fisher Scientifica and a white hat hacker who discovered a significant vulnerability in the insulin pump and medical device security.
  • Sandy Dunn is the Chief Information Security Officer of Blue Cross of Idaho with more than 20 years of experience in data security.

Location:
Holland & Hart LLP
800 W Main St #1750
Boise, ID 83702

Questions? Please contact Laura Squyres.

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