Connie Mastovich, InfoSec World 2019 – Paul’s Security Weekly #593
February 8, 2019
Connie Mastovich is the Sr. Security Compliance Analyst at Reclamere and she will be speaking at InfoSec World 2019. Connie's talk will be about "The Dark Web 2.0: How It Is Evolving, and How Can We Protect Ourselves?" Connie teases her talk and explains how to protect ourselves, our clients, and the information that we handle daily.
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