GRANDVILLE – Trivalent Group is hosting the 2016 Michigan Cyber Security Conference on Oct. 5 at Grand Valley State University’s downtown Grand Rapids campus to update business owners, managers and security professionals on the latest threats from malware, ransomware, phishing attacks, and hackers.
The conference will include a keynote address from FBI Special Agent Don Whitt, who specializes in ransomware and personally identifiable information (PII), and 11 breakout sessions across four tracks. The conference will again offer Executive, Security 101, and Advanced tracks, and, for the first time, a Student Track with a special “Student Ninja Panel” designed for cyber security career-minded high school and college students.
Partners include the BBB Serving Western Michigan, the WMCSC (West Michigan Cyber Security Consortium), and the Michigan SBDC (Small Business Development Center).
Join 350 of the region’s top executives and IT decision makers who have already registered in a day of collaboration and exploration of the latest tools, technologies and best practices to guard against the ever-increasing risk of cyber-attack and mitigate the impacts therefrom.