The 2nd Annual Converged Security Summit (CSS), Atlanta’s premier security event will be held on March 1, 2018 at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia.
CSS 2018 focuses on the convergence of information, cyber, and physical security systems and the criticality of viewing them as an integrated platform to be protected from evolving vulnerabilities and risks. With the Internet of Things driving the connectivity and integration of an ever-growing number of devices to our networks; the proliferation of IP-based physical security devices such as cameras and access control systems; and the storage of access lists, policies, and procedures on our systems, avenues of attack aimed at a multitude of enterprise assets is expanding at an alarming rate. Reliance on technology alone is not enough to secure these assets, and corporate executives are finding that responsibility for cyber security compliance falls squarely on their shoulders. Viewing information, cyber, and physical security as separate organizational or operational entities almost guarantees an organization’s inability to secure any of them. What must an organization do to protect its valuable data, systems and people?
CSS 2018 brings together three thought leaders within the cyber and physical security industries to provide their perspectives, insights, and recommendations regarding the best means to protect our organizational assets (information, intellectual and physical property, customers and employees). Additionally, more than 40 nationally recognized best-in-class security and information technology vendors will be in attendance to demonstrate and discuss their unique products and service offerings that complement their discussion points.
CSS 2018 is the not-to-be-missed security event of 2018 providing practical information that can be applied to your business or operations immediately while providing the opportunity to network and speak first hand with industry recognized subject matter experts and best-in-class vendors.
Mr. Kenrick Bagnall, Detective Constable – Computer Cyber Crime at Toronto Police Service, will discuss the components of a Cybercrime Threat Assessment and help attendees see the hidden cyber-related components of identified potential risks within their organization.
Mr. John Gomez, CEO at Sensato Cybersecurity Solutions, will discuss the 2018 Cybersecurity State of the Union to include attacker’s Methodology & Psychology, effective countermeasures and strategies, and he will challenge attendees to reconsider what they know about physical and cybersecurity.
Mr. Darnell Washington, President & CEO at SecureXperts, will guide the audience through the evolution of the absolute requirement for cyber security as the foundation for any physical security solution, focusing on the most damaging attacks of the past and present including a deeper look into the hacking of the video surveillance cameras at the 2016 Presidential inauguration, ending on what is needed to survive the future.