The Business Council will hold an Information Technology and Telecommunications Forum focusing on the issues of a state “iCenter”, cyber security, data breach, and internet issues related to business and privacy. A variety of bills are circulating through the legislature that could impact business and industry in the areas of technology and e-commerce. On the heels of the Department of Financial Services instituting regulations regarding cyber security, the Legislature has introduced bills on mandatory reporting of data breaches by businesses engaged in e-commerce, regulations governing cyber security action plans, defining “cyber crimes”, electronic communications privacy, and the governance of data collected by internet providers. With so much of business being done by electronic means each and every industry is impacted whether it be financial services, telecommunications and utilities, credit card companies and banking intuitions and every manner of e-commerce and the burgeoning sector of “Cloud Computing”.
The day will feature speakers from the Center For Internet Security (CIS) and AT&T to discuss “the internet of Things” and how we are all connected to the modern world of technology. It’s a CEO’s Guide to Data Security.
There will be a luncheon with the State’s newly appointed CIO Bob Samson of the New York State Office of Information Technology Services (ITS). and his top two deputies - Matt Millea, Chief of Staff/Executive Deputy Director, and Brian Digman, State Director of IT.
The Department will discuss the role of Information Technology Services. ITS provides statewide IT strategic direction, directs IT policy and delivers centralized IT products and services that support the mission of the State.
ITS Technology Services At a Glance:
The event will bring together all of the leading industry representatives to meet and discuss current topics in the world of the technology, the internet and telecom and how this world is interacting with state government, the legislature, and the modern e-commerce universe.
For more information or questions please contact Maribeth Riley at 518.465.7511.
10:00 - 10:30 a.m.
10:30 - 11:15 a.m.
11:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Technology and Internet Security issues being discussed in the Legislature
12:00 - 1:30 p.m.
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