Join Nth Generation’s Public Sector team at the 2022 CISOA Technology Summit: Navigating the NEXT Normal.
March 20-23, 2022 Location: Ontario Convention Center and DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Ontario Airport in Ontario, CA Schedule Overview
o o o Nth Breakout Session o o o
Don’t miss our highly anticipated breakout session, “Ransomware Readiness and Other 2022 Cybersecurity Concerns” which will debut on Tuesday, March 22nd from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m.
If you are serious about learning more about ransomware and ways bad actors could compromise your systems, encrypt your invaluable files, and disrupt your operations while facing a potentially large ransom request, you may not want to miss this session!
Learn directly from Nth's Director of Security and Analytics who has deployed multiple Ransomware Readiness Assessments (RRA) SM and has been widely successful in compromising "cloned systems loaded with clients' security controls". Numerous organizations are enlisting the help of virtual CISOs and performing sophisticated cybersecurity offensive attacks, including: vulnerability and penetration testing, Ransomware Readiness Assessments (RRA) SM, cybersecurity frameworks' gap analysis, business continuity planning, incident response testing, and much more.
o o o Nth Booth o o o
Make sure to visit our booth to see if you can breach a building through our lock picking demo!
o o o Dinner o o o
If you would like to connect with one of our fantastic teammates for dinner around the event dates, we would be more than happy to host a table. Please reach out to your account manager or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About Nth Generation’s Speaker: Jeromie Jackson
Jeromie Jackson is an accomplished executive and leader with over 24 years of consulting experience on security and risk management.
He is a trusted advisor to senior executives with a focus on strategy development, IT optimization, governance, and risk management.
More about the conference:
The conference is widely attended by CISOs, CIOs, CEOs, CTOs, VPs of technology and network systems, directors of IT, directors of technology, systems architects, network administrators, network security officers, ISOs, financial managers, financial aid staff, human resource staff, admissions and student records staff, and software and web developers who work in the California Community College system.