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2016 Maze Live Cyber-security for Local Governments

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Is your organization doing enough to reduce the risk of cyber threats? Cyber-security is more than compliance with credit card processing. What risks does your organization have? Cyber-security is a prime concern today and in this session we will cover what local governments can do to reduce risk. Presenter Donald E. Hester, CISA, CISSP, Director

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2016 Maze Live Cyber-security for Local Governments

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  4. 4. 4 Albert Gonzalez, 28 With accomplices, he was involved in data breaches of most of the major data breaches: Heartland, Hannaford Bros., 7-Eleven, T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, BJ’s Wholesale Club, OfficeMax, Barnes & Noble, Sports Authority, Dave & Busters, Boston Market, Forever 21, DSW and others. The public trusts that we will keep their information safe from crooks like these.
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