MIT Enterprise Forum: Cyber Security Threat

We’re all connected. We’re all online. Tied to one another like never before, our computers, smart phones, and social networks provide us with a vast ability to communicate and share information. But massive interconnection has its risks. When basic needs like power, water, and emergency services can be disrupted by a cyber virus or deliberate hack, companies, utilities and critical infrastructures face a dilemma that must be solved. This event will provide insight into the nature of cyber security threats and what we can do to protect ourselves and our businesses against cyber crime and cyber terrorism.

Speakers/Panelists

Noel Due FBI Special Agent, Houston Area Cyber Crime Task Force
Lisa Kaiser Director, Control Systems Cyber Security Strategic Planning at the Department of Homeland Security
Bob Janusaitis President, Infragard Houston
Chris Melson President, VendorSafe
Umesh Verma CEO, Blue Lance
Lane Sloan - Moderator Former President of Shell Chemical

Cost:  $35 for MIT Enterprise Forum and HTC members,  $45 for non members, Students $10

Go to www.MITEFTexas.org to register

Organizer Dale Wilkins
(713) 839-0808 dale@amchouston.com

When

Wed, Nov. 16, 2011
5:15 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. US/Central

Where

HTC
410 Pierce Street
Houston, Texas 77002