Tech Mash Up- Improving Your Cybersecurity: Lessons Learned from Underground Casino
In this Tech Mash Up you will learn straight forward, down to earth steps for auditing your business for security holes, how to protect yourself from common scams and how to surround yourself with success in securing your data.
Eddie Phillips, of Shield Networks, will teach us these techniques using real life examples from his father who was a gambler and card dealer in underground casinos for almost 40 years. The advice and life lessons from his father are still, if not more, applicable today. Unconventional rules for survival that are needed in these unconventional times. What can a gambler and card dealer teach us about protecting our businesses, our clients and our bottom line in the era of cyber threats? Plenty. So register to find out.
About the Presenter: Eddie Phillips
Originally from Dallas, Texas, Eddie began his IT Career as a contractor with Microsoft. He continued working for several Fortune 500 IT Companies (Texas Instruments, AT&T, EDS, HP) before starting his own IT outsourcing company: REP4 Technologies Inc.
It was after REP4's merger with Stream Networks that formed Shield and ignited the passion for protecting businesses, specifically in the area of Cyber-security - this began to shape Eddie's destiny to become a “CyberSecurity Evangelist”.
Who Should Attend: Everyone from C-Level to entry level. The exception would be other cybersecurity or IT Support professionals, this should be common knowledge to them.
Presentation: 10:00 - 10:45 am
Q&A and Networking: 10:45 - 11:15 am
Live Online Training
This live online training will be hosted on Zoom which can be used (for free) in-browser as well as through their downloadable app. You will be sent a link to join the training through Zoom, prior to the event, but you must register in advance to receive the link.
Since you will not be able to exchange business cards, we are collecting the information of those who register and asking permission to send your contact information to others in attendance. This way you can still network and gain new contacts from attending the training.
When you register, you have the option to give us permission to share your contact information with others who attended. We will send out this list following the training.