Cyberespionage: Myth versus reality

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Cyberespionage: Myth versus reality
Cyberespionage: Myth versus reality

Cyberespionage: Myth versus reality

Date: Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT

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The media is chock full of news detailing incidents of cyber espionage, such as what China is accused of doing with IPs based in the United States and how criminals are infiltrating systems and stealing not just money, but patented trade secrets. And then, of course, there are attacks on the government. But, what the news reports don't reveal are the facts behind this growing criminal and state-sponsored trend.

During this free webcast, you will have the chance to two professionals both with first hand experience with this threat both in the public and private sectors. The truth behind what cyber espionage really is will be discussed using traditional espionage as a backdrop, examples, thoughts on organized crime vs. the nation state threat. Then we will also delve in to the human element of how these things are planned and can be thwarted.

What are foreign entities doing in this space? Why is this a concern for corporations? What kinds of methods are being used to steal IP? How do you work with law enforcement? Tune in to find out.

Featured speakers

Rich Baich CISSP,CISM, SC Magazine Editorial Advisory Board member & principal for Security and Privacy, Deloitte and Touche

Edward J. Barr Esq., president, Marip International LLC

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