CYBER ATTACKS: WHAT'S THE BIG DEAL?

  • 08 Mar 2017
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Wells Fargo Center, 1700 Club, 1700 Lincoln St., Denver, CO 80203
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Registration

  • Platinum and Gold Sponsors get 6 tickets each for this event.

    Silver Sponsors each get 4 tickets for this event.

    Event Sponsors each get 4 tickets for this event only.

Registration is closed



EVENT INFO

Join us for a multi-faceted discussion on cyberattacks and the cybersecurity industry with presentations and demonstrations from some of the top cybersecurity professionals in Colorado. It will be an educational and interesting night. Register today!

  • What is the darknet? Why should I care?
  • How do cyberattacks work? Can you walk through a recent example?
  • What are enterprises and governments doing to protect information?
  • What can I do as an employee or executive to protect my company?
  • How big is the market for cyber security services?
  • What role is Colorado playing in this industry?
  • How can I protect myself?

We welcome all local cybersecurity industry participants to the event as Denver Business Series guests.

PRESENTERS
Please note changes due to unexpected travel

Jason Hayes

Mr. Hayes is a Principal Cybersecurity Consultant at Point B, with over 20 years’ experience helping organizations securely deliver business value through innovative IT solutions. He has spent the last several years assisting enterprise organizations with cloud adoption and cybersecurity programs across numerous highly regulated industries. His regulatory/standard experience includes SSAE, NIST CSF, ISO 27001/27002, FFIEC, PCI, SOX, and HIPAA. Before joining Point B, Jason was a Principal Consultant with IBM Global Services and the Chief Information Officer and HIPAA Security Officer for a healthcare payor. His formal education includes an MBA from Colorado State University. Jason holds current CISSP and CRISC security certifications. Jason is married with 2 children, and lives in Parker, Colorado.

Alex Kreilein

Mr. Kreilein is a Cofounder and Managing Partner of SecureSet, which is a Denver, CO based cybersecurity services company.  He serves as Chief Technology Officer to the firm and leads the cybersecurity startup accelerator, which makes strategic investments into early state cybersecurity companies.  He leads business development efforts, government engagement, vendor relations, and technical security research.  Previously, Kreilein served as a lead cybersecurity strategist at the Department of Homeland Security as a Guest Researcher for the National Institute of Standards & Technology.  He is also a Cybersecurity Fellow with the New America Foundation.  Kreilein holds an MS from CU Boulder’s College of Engineering and Applied Science and an MA from the US Naval War College.

Michael Semmens

Mr. Semmens has over 30 years of experience in business management, technology development and commercialization. Since graduating from Colorado State University in 1974 with a MS in Mechanical Engineering, Michael has been involved in numerous technology development and engineering design programs for all levels of government as well as commercial businesses. These programs included designing state-of-the-art products, product manufacturing, data processing, systems integration, and analysis and development of advanced instrumentation and control systems. At the corporate level, he has led strategic planning, marketing and business development, large organization operations and administration, acquisitions, financing, and contract execution. Mike was named Engineer of the Year for the state of New Mexico in 1989.

Light hors d'oeuvres will be served

LOCATION DETAILS

The 1700 Club is located on L2 which is accessible via the Bustle Elevators, left of the Lobby Desk.  The elevators will be unsecured to L2 from 6:00am to 7:00pm Monday-Friday.  

PARKING

    Wells Fargo Center Parking Facility entrance is located at 1700 Sherman St. on the East side of Sherman St. opposite the Wells Fargo Office building between 17th and 18th.  The entrance is labeled “Public and Contract Parking.”

    **Please note that the doors to the Sherman St. lobby will remain open until 7 pm, however other entrances to the Wells Fargo center from alternative streets will close at 6pm.**

    THANKS TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS

              


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