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Secure Delaware Workshop 2017

Secure Delaware Workshop 2017

October 11, 2017 – was our third time as a sponsor of the Secure Delaware Workshop that was held at Dover Downs.  The conference was very well attended, it appeared that there were more people here this year than last.

There were quite a few students from Delaware Technical Community College (DTCC) and Delaware State University.  We really enjoyed talking with them and seeing the gleam in their eyes as they contemplate a cybersecurity career after finishing their classes.  We spoke to aspiring women and men hungry to learn more about the industry.

We also met with a number of small businesses and a few of the Delaware municipalities to discuss their concerns and the potential opportunity to address risks to their information and industrial controls.

To cap it off, Chris was a member of a panel that discusses malware with the CIO and CISO from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  A comprehensive review of state, financial and small business/municipality requirements and actions that can be taken to prevent/remedy malware attacks.  The panel was hosted by Greg Lane from the State of Delaware.

Here are some photos.

About the Author

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Chris Wolski is the founder and principle consultant of the small business and municipality focused cyber security firm 360 Degree Cyber Security, LLC. He is currently certified by International Information System Security Certification Consortium as a Certified Information Systems Security Professional and by the SANS Institute as a Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional. Active in the information security community, Chris volunteers his time at BSides Delaware and to various individuals seeking to be mentored in cybersecurity. He is frequently researching industrial devices to discover weaknesses that would present a problem for users of those devices. Chris obtained his start in cyber security in the U.S. Navy where he served in various information security and signals intelligence roles over his 20 year career. He left government service after serving in a position to develop cyber threat intelligence against industrial controls and later on the Joint Chiefs of Staff as a cyber incident handler. Chris has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Cybersecurity from University of Maryland University College and is currently pursuing a Master in Business Administration, also at the University of Maryland University College.

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