Cyber Security Summit on July 17th
Topics will focus on the Dark Web, Phishing and other hot topics encompassing cyber security. With speakers from local and government agencies, Century believes this event to be crucial for those looking to expand their understanding of cyber security.
There are two opportunities to attend the Cyber Security Summit. The morning session begins at 8:30am and ends at 11:30am, and the afternoon session begins at 1:00pm and ends at 4:00pm. The following cyber security experts will present and be available for questions in a Q&A panel at the end of each session.
Geoffrey Jenista, Cyber Security Advisor from the US Department of Homeland Security
Mr. Jenista serves as the Regional Cyber Security Advisor, Region VII (MO, KS, IA, NE), for the Cyber Security Division of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). He supports the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) mission of strengthening the security and resilience of the nation's critical infrastructure.
Desiree D. Rohr, Digital Forensics Examiner from the Kansas Bureau of Investigation
Desiree Rohr is a Digital Forensic Examiner with the Kansas Bureau of Investigation and frequently trains community partners on Digital Evidence and Mobile Forensics. For the last several years, she has focused on the rapidly changing environment of Mobile Forensics. She has previously worked in law enforcement and corrections in various capacities.
Marc Laliberte, Information Security Threat Analyst from WatchGuard Technologies
Marc Laliberte is an Information Security Threat Analyst at WatchGuard Technologies specializing in networking security protocols and Internet of Things technologies. Marc’s day-to-day responsibilities include researching and reporting on the latest information security threats and trends. He has discovered, analyzed, responsibly disclosed and reported on numerous security vulnerabilities in a variety of Internet of Things devices since joining the WatchGuard team in 2012.
Justin Sharples, Information Security Officer of CoreFirst Bank & Trust
Justin Sharples is a Senior Vice President at CoreFirst Bank & Trust where he serves as the Bank’s Information Security Officer (ISO). In his role at CoreFirst, Justin is responsible for the implementation and governance of the Bank’s enterprise information security program. In his role as ISO, Justin serves as the chair of the Bank’s enterprise information security committee. Justin has more than 15 years of information technology experience, with the last 6 years leading the Bank’s enterprise security program.
The Cyber Security Summit takes place Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at the Kansas Bureau of Investigation Forensic Science Center, 2001 SW Washburn Terrace, Washburn University Campus, Topeka, Kansas 66604. Attendees may choose between two identical sessions. The first session takes place from 8:30am to 11:30am with a following second afternoon session from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. Each session will end up with a Q&A session with the speakers. For those who are interested, there is an optional tour of the KBI Forensic Science Center at 11:45am.
Note tour lasts 45 to 60 minutes.