Cyber Security Webinar

March 10, 2016
2:00 p.m.

Cyber Security

Cyber security is a concern for all organizations and the failure to be prepared opens the door to significant risks. Unlike other historically known and quantified risks, however, cyber threats are constantly changing and evolving, requiring significant efforts to stay one step ahead. Ryan Spelman, Program Executive with the Center for Internet Security, will present on the threat landscape, how it can and will impact those organizations that are not prepared, and what steps can be taken to help minimize risk.    
 March 10, 2016
 2:00 p.m.

For more information or questions please contact Maribeth Riley at 518.465.7511.
 

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Presenters

Ryan Spelman
Program Executive
Center for Internet Security

Ryan is a Program Executive at the Center for Internet Security (CIS), a nonprofit organization focused on improving cyber security for public and private sector entities

Ryan Spelman has worked in the homeland security field for over ten years, having served as the Director of the New York State Senate Committee on Veterans’, Homeland Security, and Military Affairs. Spelman brings his knowledge of both the physical and cyber security challenges facing organizations to his current role. Ryan holds a Masters of Public Administration from the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy, specializing in Public Safet


Ryan Spelman, Center for Internet Security

Ken Pokalsky
Vice President
The Business Council of New York State, Inc.

Ken is responsible for management of The Business Council's government affairs staff and the Council's overall legislative and regulatory advocacy efforts; he is also directly responsible for the Council's lobbying on economic development and taxation issues. He has served on numerous state advisory panels, and is currently a member of the state's Business Taxpayer Advisory Committee. Ken has been with The Business Council since 1982. He is a graduate of the SUNY Albany Graduate School of Public Affairs (MPA '83) and SUNY at Brockport (BA in Political Science, '80).


Ken Pokalsky, Vice President