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A cybersecurity leader who received multiple awards, including Public Official of the Year, CSO of the Year, and Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leader. Speaker Dan Lohrmann has advised leaders in the White House, NASCIO, NGA, DHS, and state, federal, and local government agencies. Organizations book Dan Lohrmann to learn how to collect COVID-19 surveillance data for contact tracing, protect data, how COVID-19 is creating data breaches, future cyber predictions, and CISO’s top security concerns.
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Cybersecurity speaker Dan Lohrmann is a famous technologist, cybersecurity leader, author, and speaker. A remarkable leader in both the public and private sectors, he has held various senior leadership positions. He has received numerous national awards, including Public Official of the Year, CSO of the Year, and Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leader
Dan served as the government’s Chief Security Officer, Chief Information Security Officer, as well as Chief Technology Officer from 2002 to 2014.
At the moment, he works as Security Mentor Inc’s CSO and chief strategist. Dan is in charge of the company’s cutting-edge cyber training, consultancy, and workshops for public and private sector executives. He has advised leaders in the White House, NASCIO, NGA, and DHS. Dan has also advised state, federal, and local government agencies. Furthermore, speaker Dan Lohrmann has advised Fortune 500 companies as well as start-ups and charitable organizations.
He began his career with the National Security Agency and has over 30 years of computer industry experience. Dan was a senior network engineer for Lockheed Martin in England. Moreover, he was ManTech’s technical director in a US/UK military facility.
To date, Lohrmann has published two books, BYOD for You: The Guide to Bring Your Own Device to Work and Virtual Integrity: Faithfully Navigating the Brave New Web. Lohrmann has delivered keynote speeches at security and technology conferences worldwide.
After graduating with a master’s degree in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, he went on to get a Bachelor’s degree in computer science from Valparaiso University in Indiana.
In 2017, he obtained the “CISO of the Year” award. Later, in 2019, he became one of the World’s Top IT Security Influencers. Furthermore, in 2021, he made it onto the Top-21 Global Cybersecurity Experts to Follow on Twitter list.
The US-CDC lists the goals of collecting COVID-19 surveillance data to benefit contact tracing. This presentation by cybersecurity speaker Dan Lohrmann will cover how this process is designed to work and potential strengths and weaknesses, including:
· Key benefits of using automated solutions
· Key challenges regard the control of who has access to data, trust of 3rd parties sharing private data, longevity of maintaining data collected, exposure notifications, and uses of data at the end of the pandemic.
· Manual processes versus mobile application capabilities.
· Steps to ensure data is deleted and system is disabled at the end of the pandemic.
· What steps should organizations take, and what are the legal ramifications exit for those who opt-in or opt-out.
· Where is this topic likely heading over the next year?
· What are the pros and cons for organizations supporting surveillance.
As digital transformation forces the public and private sectors to reinvent themselves again, cyberattacks continue to grow in sophistication and frequency? What are these new cyber threats and where are they coming from? Most important, what steps are urgently needed to mitigate business risk from internal and external threats?
As cyberspace expands into every area of life, what are the hottest trends with the Internet of Things (IoT) and what is coming next? What security threats are having the greatest impacts and what can be done to enable future success? Lohrmann examines 1000s of technology and security predictions every year, and brings you the best and most relevant trends.
Telework, social distancing, technology and business process are all being disrupted by Covid-19. CIOs and CISOs say we are not going back to the way things were, so dramatic changes will be the new normal for most. However, the rapid transformation that occurred to businesses and governments across the globe have exposed holes in security and left vulnerabilities for bad actors to exploit. What comes next? How can you turn the emergency pandemic actions into opportunities to enable business value?
What’s keeping CISOs up at night? What’s hot and what’s not in the world of cybersecurity and global hacking? What actions are your peers taking now to strengthen cyber defense?
Technology disruption is happening at an unprecedented rate. What are the hottest developments that will transform our world over the next decade? How can enterprises prepare and protect their most critical assets, including their people and data? What can we learn from history? Lohrmann examines 1000s of technology and security predictions every year, and brings you the best and most relevant trends.
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