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What Every Continuity Planner Needs to Know About Cybercrime

Date: March 9th, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. CST
Location: Web Conference (Connection details will be emailed to registered attendees)

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ACP South Texas Chapter Members and visiting guests,

Join us for our March chapter meeting and hear our guest speaker discuss Cybercrime

Synopsis: Retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent and Author of the Secret to Cybersecurity, Scott Augenbaum is going to teach you how to reduce your organization's chances of becoming the next Cybercrime victim, without purchasing products or services or having a PhD in Computer Science.

Speaker: Scott Augenbaum

During his over 3 decades with the FBI, Scott responded to thousands of CyberCrime incidents whose victims suffered financial and reputation losses that, to this day, have no chance of being recovered. Through first hand experience, Scott learned the simple non-cost steps that, if taken, could have prevented 90%+ of these losses.

In 1988 Scott joined the FBI’s New York Field Office as a support employee. In 1994 he became a Special Agent and was assigned to the FBI’s Syracuse, New York office where he focused on domestic terrorism, white collar and hate crimes and computer crimes.

In October 2003, Scott was promoted to Supervisory Special Agent in the Cyber Division/Cyber Crime Fraud Unit at the FBI’s Washington, D.C. headquarters where he was responsible for managing the FBI’s Cyber Task Force and Intellectual Property Rights Programs. In 2006, Scott was transferred to the FBI's Nashville office and managed its Computer Instrusion/Counter Intelligence Squad.

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