Wednesday, August 21, 2019 | 11:00AM - 1:00PM PT

The Gladly | 2201 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85016

Cybersecurity Luncheon: The Current Threat Landscape

Despite tens of billions of dollars being spent on security technology globally each year, attacks continue to get through. Organizations, government departments and agencies continue to lose money and data because cyber attackers are targeting people, not technology.

Join Proofpoint and special guests, Paul M. Schaaf, Special Agent with the FBI, and Mike Manrod, CISO at Grand Canyon Education, as they share real-world security challenges faced by organizations today and how to protect users and data from internal and external malicious threats.

Space is limited. Register today to reserve your spot.

This event is approved and endorsed by (ISC)2 and CPE credits will automatically be credited to your member account within 4-6 weeks.



Who Should Attend

This event is suitable for information security decision-makers, including: CISO, CIO, IT Manager; mid-level information security management (IT Security Manager, IT Manager) and technical information security practitioners (Security Engineer, Messaging Architect, IT Analyst).

Featured Speakers

Paul Schaaf, Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation

Special Agent Paul Schaaf is a Cyber Agent assigned to the FBI Phoenix Division. SA Schaaf has a Masters Degree in Computer Information Systems and Bachelors Degree in Finance. SA Schaaf worked in computer systems in the financial sector before joining the FBI in 2003. SA Schaaf has worked Cyber, White Collar Fraud, Civil Rights, Extortion, Intellectual Property and Innocent Images cases in his career. SA Schaaf is the FBI Cyber Task Force Coordinator for the Phoenix Division and Co-Coordinator to the Infragard program focusing on Cyber matters. SA Schaaf has the unique distinction of having the first Spam Case go to trial which involved an international spam operation that operated out of 4 countries.

Mike Manrod, MSISE, CCSBA, CSSBB, CISSP, Chief Information Security Officer, Grand Canyon Education

Mike presently serves as the Chief Information Security Officer for Grand Canyon Education, responsible for leading the security team and formulating the vision and strategy for protecting students, staff and information assets across the enterprise. Previous experiences include serving as a threat prevention expert for Check Point and working as a consultant and analyst for other large enterprise customers.

He is also a co-author of the joint book project, Understanding New Security Threats published by Routledge in 2019. When not exploring the implications of the rapidly evolving threat landscape or the convergence between cognitive psychology and machine learning, he spends time playing video games with his daughters, practicing martial arts and cooking.
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