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CrowdStrike, the industry leader in cybersecurity, is inviting you to Falcon 2020. By joining this virtual event, you can choose from 70 training sessions that cover the hottest data protection topics.

IIT Distribution is an exclusive distributor of CrowdStrike products in Ukraine.

Fal.Con 2020 is an event that anyone interested in cybersecurity should attend.

Participants will be able to choose from panel presentations and training modules, participation in which will help develop effective strategies for their companies, increase their preparedness to counter cyber threats and effectively prepare their organization for functioning in today's threat landscape.

There are some of the planned reports below.

Time SessionsLecturer (s)
12:35 – 1:05 p.m. Moderator: Michael Sentonas, CTO, CrowdStrike

Work smarter: use AI for sound decisions

New advances in artificial intelligence will allow organizations to make decisions with unprecedented speed. Learn how organizations use AI and machine learning to achieve impressive results

Moderator: Michael Sentonas, CrowdStrike

Lauren Knausenberger
12:35 – 1:05 p.m.Under siege: How local authorities can stop ransomware attacks (Ransomware)

For state and local governments, the damage caused by extortion programs can become immeasurable. Such attacks disrupt the workflow and devastate already limited budgets. The expert group will share tips on preventing attacks and other important information gained from dealing with incidents.

Moderator: Thomas Etheridge, SVP, CrowdStrike

Michael Geraghty, CISO

Deborah Blyth

Joseph Daniels
12:35 – 1:05 p.m.COVID-19: How the global pandemic has changed cybersecurity and the world forever

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced organizations around the world to significantly increase the use of remote employees, and attackers have taken advantage of this, provoking a sharp increase in phishing, eCrime, and targeted intrusions. In this module, a group of government and industry experts will discuss best practices and consider ways to protect against the latest threat vectors.

Moderator: Jerry Dixon, CISO, CrowdStrike

Adam Hickey
Tonya Ugoretz
Deputy Director, Cyber Division, FBI

Ervan Rodgers
CIO and Deputy Director, Ohio
1:05 – 1:35 p.m.Inevitable cloud migration: a crucial factor in strengthening endpoint security in public institutions

As organizations continue to move their core services and applications to the cloud, cloud-based security measures are becoming a priority for professionals. In this discussion, you will learn how the cloud increases the ability to detect and prevent attacks, and the ability to respond to them compared to the limited capabilities of outdated security architectures.

Moderator: Elia Zaitsev, CrowdStrike

Danny Connelly, Acting CISO, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
1:05 – 1:35 p.m.Protection of the state election infrastructure in 2020

The organization of elections leads to a whole range of technical, logistical and managerial problems. Criminals use political intelligence and other methods to try to influence election results around the world. In this panel, the most respected national experts will discuss the dynamics of the threat environment and ways to strengthen security in the run-up to the 2020 US elections.

Moderator: Rob Sheldon, Head of Technology Strategy, Public Sector, CrowdStrike

Maurice Turner
Senior Advisor to the Executive Director of the US Election Commission

Matt Masterson
Senior Cyber Security Adviser, CISA

Maria Barsallo Lynch
Executive Director, Digital Democracy Protection Project (D3P), Harvard Belfer Center
1:05 – 1:35 p.m.Supply Chain Security: One weak link is enough

The level of protection of federal agencies directly depends on the security of their contractors, on the software used by Hosanna. Attackers attack second- and third-level subcontractors to advance up the supply chain. At this session, federal officials will discuss the latest methods to improve the security of the supply chain, and talk about the challenges they will have to overcome in the future.

Moderator: Curt Aubley, Senior Director, Public Sector Strategies and Solutions, CrowdStrike

Bob Kolasky
Director, National Center for Risk Management, CISA

Joyce Corell
Assistant Director, Supply Chain Directorate, National Counterintelligence and Security Center

Justin DePalmo
CISO, General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems
1:05 – 1:35 p.m.The future of education: creating safe and secure conditions for students

The pandemic has forced universities across the United States to switch to distance learning in a matter of days. In these circumstances, university staff are looking for a solution that enhances academic freedom and creates optimal conditions for students to study in the context of confidentiality and security. At this session, experts from higher education institutions will talk about their victories, outline the difficulties in the context of the transition to distance learning, and talk about plans for the future.

Moderator: Otavio Freire, President, CTO and Co-Founder, SafeGuard Cyber

Aaron Baillio, CISO, University of Oklahoma

Tina Thorstenson, Deputy Director of IT and CISO, Arizona State University


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