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Live Web Forum: Insider Threat By Cyber Vector

The Global Resilience Network and the Metropolitan Resilience Network, hosted by the International Center for Enterprise Preparedness (INTERCEP) at New York University, are presenting a Live Web Forum on the “Insider Threat By Cyber Vector.”

The forum is scheduled for Tuesday, January 29 at 11:00 eastern time. Randy Trzeciak, Director of the CERT Insider Threat Center at Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute will provide insights and respond to attendee questions.

Trzeciak is a Principal Researcher, Technical Manager of CERT’s Enterprise Threat and Vulnerability Management Team, and the Director of the CERT Insider Threat Center at Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute. He has over 28 years’ experience in a wide-range of topics including: insider threat, cybersecurity, software engineering, project management, information security, and database design, development, and maintenance.

The Global Resilience Network is a unique community of global corporations and their senior leadership who have responsibilities to address risks (both threats & opportunities) for their organizations on a worldwide basis and see the value of collaborating to address the increasingly uncertain global environment. The Metropolitan Resilience Network is an innovative public/private initiative enabling more effective preparation for, response to, and recovery from the range of disruptions that increasingly impact the metro-New York region.

Registration for the web forum is open here.

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