You may think you’ve reached the peak of your cybersecurity planning, but your journey has just begun.
As a rural broadband provider, one of your top priorities is to protect the network and your customers. As they sleep securely at night knowing you’re looking out for them, you know bad agents never sleep and lurk around every corner. Even with a cyber plan in place, the best way to prepare is to never stop preparing.
Put the NTCA 2019 Cybersecurity Summit at the top of your list this fall. Network with cybersecurity masterminds to help you develop a strategy to stop hackers in their tracks. Meet with peer network technicians, security professionals and executive team members tasked with protecting the assets and infrastructure of rural ISPs and get ready to discuss successful practices for cyber risk management.
Whether you’re starting at the base or trying to reach the peak, attendees at all levels of engagement with cybersecurity issues will benefit from open-forum discussions and presentations from professionals. Bring your team to take full advantage of the wide range of content.
Learn what you need to do before it’s too late.
To meet the wide range of needs from engineers to non-technical attendees, the conference has two tracks of leveled learning sessions.
Level I: The Base sessions are geared toward participants looking to get started with foundational cybersecurity topics
Level II: The Peak sessions climb into specific cybersecurity challenges and strategies.
Hacker and Inventor
Chief Security Officer & Chief Strategist
Security Mentor, Inc.
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The conference will take place at Salt Lake Marriott Downtown at City Creek.
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