Many cyber security professionals today will tell you it’s not if your company’s digital assets will be under attack. It’s when. ‘Data Privacy, Cyber Security and Title Fraud: The Threat and How to Prepare’ is a must-see session at the 44th Annual UTA Conference. The session, held on Tuesday, November 12th, will explain how to instigate an investigation; how investigators determine if an investigation is necessary; and how investigations are conducted.
Sergeant Alex Gilinets from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Fraud and Cyber Crimes Bureau and Sergeant Michael Kim from the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, Bureau of Investigation, Real Estate Fraud Unit will join a panel that also includes Kevin McDonald, COO and at Alvaka Networks, a leading managed computer services and security provider in Irvine CA. Kevin is Chair of the Orange County Sheriff/Coroner’s Technology Advisory Council (TAC), Chair of the Anaheim Police Chief’s Technology Advisory Group (CTAG), a member of the Orange County Homeland Security Advisory Committee, OC Shield, FBI Infragard, the US Secret Service’s Los Angeles Electronic Crimes Task Force and US Homeland Security’s Los Angeles Area unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) Working Group.
Kristin A. Schuler-Hintz, Esq., McCarthy Holthus will join the panel moderated by Randy Newman, Esq., Total Lender Solutions.
Learn from experiences of companies that have been hit and lived to tell about it. You’ll be far more prepared to meet the threat after hearing our expert panel take you on a deep dive into the dark water of ‘cyber terrorism’.
The early-bird deadline is September 13th.