Cybersecurity for Individuals and Citizens

Event Description

Sponsored by the RCBA

Deadline to Register: November 11, 2019*

Description:

How the cyber threat landscape is impacting all of us in our personal and professional lives. Recent cybercrime events have challenged us to expand our defenses in what we considered safe havens. Our dependency on technology creates a digital fabric that is targeted by cyber criminals and the burden of protecting it is on us as individuals and citizens of Minnesota.

Part I: Easiest Catch: Don’t Be Another Fish in the Dark ‘Net
You've read the headlines. Unfortunately, the question now is not if your information is going to be accessed or stolen, but when. To inform the attendees of current developments in the digital underground as well as provide realistic advice for cyber protection, Mark Lanterman will discuss recent high-profile cybercrime events, including website breaches impacting a variety of organizations and sectors. He will discuss particularly dangerous types of threats that might affect individuals involving the Dark Web, the Internet of Things, phishing, and Wi-Fi attacks; additionally, Lanterman will demonstrate the value of leveraging digital evidence and ESI in the courtroom.

Part II: Defending Future Minnesota
Demand for digital government services has exploded over the last few years, and it continues to grow. Technology is involved in nearly every aspect of the services that Minnesota state government provides, including health care data and services, air and water quality reporting systems, and preparations for public health emergencies. Minnesota Information Technology Services (MNIT) has a duty to protect the information entrusted to government by Minnesotans. Rohit Tandon will discuss the cybersecurity challenges facing the state, and the things MNIT is doing to prepare for or respond to actual and potential cyber threats.

Registration and lunch will begin at 2:30 pm, the CLE program will run from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Lunch is included in your registration.

PAYMENT OPTIONS:   Credit card payment preferred. To register, click the Register button to the right. To register and pay later, send an email to info@ramseybar.org or call 651-222-0846. Feel free to mail this form with your registration, if you prefer.

Presenters:

Mark Lanterman |  Chief Technology Officer, Computer Forensic Services
Rohit Tandon |  Deputy Chief Security Information Officer, State of Minnesota


CLE Credits:

2.0 Standard CLE Credits Will Be Applied For  | Event Code:

Cost:

RCBA Members: $30.00   
Non-RCBA member:  $40.00  

Getting there:

The First National Bank Building Conference Center Training Room is on the street level, just inside the building entrance at the corner of Fifth and Minnesota Streets in downtown St. Paul. The building address is 332 Minnesota Street.


Remote Participation:  

Remote participation will be available. Please indicate this option when registering. Instructions will be emailed to you the week day prior to the CLE.

 

*After online registration closes, you can register by sending an email to info@ramseybar.org or call 651-222-0846
Need to cancel? Cancellations are accepted until midnight, two days before the CLE. To cancel, send an email to info@ramseybar.org or call 651-222-0846
Questions? Contact Thea Anderson  | 651-222-0846

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DATE
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
TIME

3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

VENUE
Conference Center Training Room / First National Bank Building Saint Paul, MN United States