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What You Need To Know About Cyber Security

By April 11, 2022Updates

Cyber security. It could be the greatest challenge faced by companies today.

Every day we hear of another ransomware attack or data breach, and it seems that the cyber adversaries are taking over companies, catching them off-guard and ill-prepared.

And for reasons that are only going to increase.

Connected devices are expected to increase to 75 billion by 2025, a threefold increase since 2019.

The pandemic sent unprecedented numbers of people home to work, adding more potential cyber threats to security as remote employees’ use of personal devices for their jobs increased.

Find out when Greg Scasny, CTO of Cigent Technology, addresses the Hispanic Radio Conference, June 22-23, at the Intercontinental at Doral in Miami.

As CTO of Cigent Technology, Inc., Greg leads the strategic and technological vision for the cyber security products and services provided by Cigent, including network and endpoint cyber defense software, offensive and defensive cybersecurity services, incident response, threat hunting, and expert cybersecurity consulting and training.

Greg has over 20 years of IT and information security experience and holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University. During his career, Greg has researched, implemented, and designed intrusion detection and prevention systems; performed vulnerability and threat assessments; performed penetration testing, adversary emulation and Red Team exercises; designed and implemented deceptive cyber systems; implemented security and information event management systems; designed and implemented incident response programs; designed and implemented security operations center operations; and designed multiple threat and research labs.

It has been reported that 95% of security breaches stem from human error, and 20% of employees are likely to click on phishing e-mail links. 5% of employees will enter their credentials on a phishing website.

How cyber secure is your station? Register today at early bird savings for the Hispanic Radio Conference and find out!

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