Noted Computer Forensics and Cyber Security Expert Lee Neubecker, MBA, CISSP, will present on the current state of Cyber Security to the ASIS International Chicago Chapter on Thursday, January 18th, 2018 at their monthly luncheon taking place at th Erie Cafe Chicago loop location. Registered guests may checkin beginning at 11:30am, with lunch starting promptly at 12 noon. The seminar will wrap up around 1:30PM.
Lunch, desert and coffee will be served, while Neubecker presents on the following topic:
Topic: “Firmware Hacks: Billions of Devices Vulnerable to Attack – What you need to know to keep your organization safe”
Date: Thursday, January 18th, 2018 11:30AM – 1:30PM
Location: Erie Cafe, 536 W. Erie Street, Chicago, IL 60654
Cost: $40 in advance, $50 at the door.
From Smartphones, to computers, and even smart home internet enabled devices, most internet enabled devices have vulnerabilities that if not patched, allow for remote code execution and root level take over of hardware components by nefarious actors. Cyber security today requires much more than simply installing antivirus and running monthly Windows patch updates. Cyber Security and Computer Forensics expert Lee Neubecker, CISSP, MBA of https://leeneubecker.com
will present on the recent vulnerability disclosures by hardware chip makers and discuss the significance these vulnerabilities and other leaked Nation State Malware have on the impact of the security of organizations.
Monthly meetings provide ASIS Chicago members an opportunity to network with one another while also receiving updates on local Chapter and ASIS International initiatives and events. Chapter members will have an opportunity to discuss local safety and security trends before hearing from a pre-eminent speaker in the industry on a variety of relevant topics. Registration includes admission and lunch. Tickets are $40 in advance or $50 at the door.
Complimentary Valet will be provided by Erie Cafe with ticket purchase for event.