No one CHOOSES to be a cyber-victim. No company tells its workforce to click on fraudulent web links. And certainly no company pardons paying extortion money to ransomware syndicates.
The role of the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce is to ensure businesses are successful and it is our duty to address cybersecurity as an operational and risk management priority for every business in Hampton Roads.
On Thursday, March 24th, Scott Phillpott, executive director of Cyber Protection Resources (CPR), is collaborating with local, state, and national experts for the Coastal Virginia Cyber Symposium where they will hold an in-depth exploration of the people, processes, and technology of cybersecurity and its direct relation with the Hampton Roads economy.
Please join us for a day of cyber, as the Virginia Beach Department of Economic Development and Cyber Protection Resources hosts a 1-Day cyber symposium to explore the people, processes, and technology of cyber. Be sure to register for this important event Here.
Symposium panelist include industry experts from Hunton & Williams LLP, National Cybersecurity Education and Training Program, 360it Partners , FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation- Norfolk, Norfolk State University , Serra Brynn, Old Dominion University, Cisco Systems, VBSchools, TCC Norfolk Campus, The George Washington University, Splunk, ThreatConnect, and Klett Consulting Group, Inc., as well as addresses by Karen R. Jackson, the State Secretary of Technology, Senator Mark Warner, and Mayor Will Sessoms