In an economy where electronic communications are a mainstay, it is essential to know how to develop strategies to maintain good cybersecurity practices.
To address the issue, the Puerto Rico Manufacturers Association will host a panel of cyber experts who will discuss the “Challenges, threats and strategies in the face of an imminent cyber attack” on June 12, from 8 am to 12 noon, at the Puerto Rico Museum Art.
This seminar will present legal alternatives and financial techniques that are available in preparation for a possible cyber attack.
Guest speakers have a wide range of experience in cyber security issues both in Puerto Rico, the U.S. mainland and Europe. Scheduled to speak are: Luis Sánchez, who worked as special advisor of the Cyeer Sub Terrorism Committee of the National Security Council under the George W. Bush administration; Alex Dasilva, FBI agent with experience in cyber situations; Andrés Colón, director of Information Technology for the government of Puerto Rico; Attorney Julizzette Colon-Bilbraut, founder of the first social intelligence company in the Caribbean; and Belén Navarro, with experience in cyber situations in the European market.
For reservations, call José Torres al (787) 638-0034 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.