Would you know how to handle a cyber-attack? We live in a networked world. Whether it’s keeping in touch with friends, paying bills, operating a city’s energy grid, or strengthening national security, it happens on line. The need to secure our networks has never been greater. The number of cyber attacks is increasing dramatically and there aren’t enough people with the skills needed to ensure our security online.
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In this workshop, presenter Ed Rios provides some reasonable actions that you can take to protect yourself and your data. The goal of this workshop is to provide an overview of cyberspace and cyber-security, to include:
Mr. Rios is a retired U.S. Air Force Colonel where he served in multiple special technical operations capacities, unit commands, and three combat deployments. Following retirement in 2005, Mr. Rios entered the private sector where he assisted a drone company to Initial Public Offering. He started CSOC in 2006 as a company specializing in operations, engineering, and business development consulting for space, cyber and intelligence initiatives in government and the private sector. Today his company is headquartered in Colorado with offices in Texas, Hawaii and Washington D.C.
Mr. Rios’ formal education includes a Masters Degree in Business; graduate engineering studies at George Washington University; national security studies at Harvard University and a Fellowship at MIT where he is a published author.