Homeland Security Foundation of America (HSFA) will host CyberSummit 2019 this month in Indiana for a discussion on cybersecurity vulnerability, identification, and remediation.
Indianapolis, IN, October 08, 2019–Today, the Homeland Security Foundation of America (HSFA) Office of Public Safety announced it will host its Aware Cyber campaign CyberSummit 2019 on Tuesday, October 29, 2019, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Indiana War Memorials Pershing Auditorium to have a discussion on cybersecurity vulnerability, identification, and remediation.
“With multiple facets of our society placed at risk, we need to be looking at Cybersecurity as the number one issue for both personal and national security,” said Oz Sultan, Board Member and Public Safety Committee member, HSFA.
HSFA officials confirm Nicholas Then, Director of Network Operations, Celedon Trucking Services, Bernardo Unzueta, Data Architecture and Analytics Lead Consultant, KSM Consulting, and Brian McGinnis, Partner, Barnes and Thornburg will be speaking at the summit along with representatives from the FBI and Indiana State Police.
“Cybersecurity is an important, ongoing discussion for HSFA,” said Eric Brown, President, HSFA. “It will continue to be a major part of our mission template, and we’ll disseminate relevant cybersecurity messaging to the public via all available channels. Articles on grid cybersecurity, online terrorism, and cyber risks appear in this Fall’s edition of Awareness: Journal of Public Safety Studies in America, so we hope individuals around the country, who cannot be present on the 29th in Indianapolis will download a free copy and join the discussion.”
This summit is free and open to the public. For more information and to register CyberSummit 2019, visit http://www.hsfa.us.
Founded in 2002, HSFA is an agency organized and certified as public, tax-exempt under IRC 501(c)(3) with 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) status. Its mission is to advance hometown security while protecting civil liberties. This mission is accomplished by the organization working with local, state and Federal agencies, organizations and communities to deliver life-saving public safety, energy security and health and human services programs to the public. HSFA is not a government agency. For more information about HSFA’s work in the community, visit https://www.hsfamerica.org.