The Cybersecurity Symposium invites industry experts to discuss the current cybersecurity threat landscape, incident response, and tools and tactics to mitigate risks for your company and customers.

Keynote: FBI Cyber Update
Kenneth Schmutz
Supervisory Special Agent
FBI Omaha, Cyber Task Force

Cybersecurity threats change every day, and the FBI is dedicated to staying up to date, protecting victims, and bringing cyber criminals to justice. Senior Special Agent Ken Schmutz will present on current threats, how to avoid them, and resources available from the bureau to your business.


Digital Distancing & Working from Home Securely
Corey Munson
Vice President
PC Matic

Nearly 60% of those working from home are relying on poorly secured endpoints. Learn simple steps to better protect your business and yourself.


Cloud Security
Jim Sherlock
Director, Information Security & Technology Implementation

As a member of the team responsible for moving Pearson to the AWS cloud, Jim Sherlock led the formation of several teams in the areas of operations, performance engineering, cloud security and governance, and threat management. Today, Pearson’s AWS Cloud presence consists of dozens of AWS data centers across multiple continents, more than 20,000 servers, and several hundred mission-critical applications. 


Digital Forensics: The Story Hiding in What You Don’t See
David Nelson, CISSP
Founder and CEO

Clients often hire digital forensic investigators to find evidence that conclusively proves something did or didn’t happen. Missing evidence frequently tells a more compelling story. Hear why the best investigators look for what’s not there as much as what is.

Please check back later as additional speakers are announced.


Interested in being more involved with the event as a sponsor? Contact Rhonda Roskos for more information.

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Free Livestream
8 - 10 a.m.

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Individual Fee: Free
Table Seating: NA
Registration End: 12/7/2020
Contact: Ashley Moore
Phone: (319) 665-6397, ext. 311

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