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CyberVista Introduces Speaker Lineup for Board and Executive Cyber Literacy Seminar

CyberVista reported speakers for a board and executive cybersecurity education workshop, to be held October 24-26 in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The company noted that select cybersecurity experts and business leaders include Yong-Gon Chon, chief executive officer, Cyber Risk Management; Phil Gardner, founder & chief executive officer, IANS; Siobhan Gorman, director, The Brunswick Group; Jennifer Martin, privacy and cybersecurity counsel, Covington & Burling; Gerald Czarnecki, board member, National Leadership Institute; and Dennis Devlin, board member, Savanture. These seminar speakers and panelists will provide attendees the knowledge and understanding they need to oversee and manage cyber risks facing businesses today.

"Corporate board members and executives need to learn about cybersecurity in their own language," said CyberVista CEO Amjed Saffarini. "We are particularly excited to assemble a mix of business leaders and cyber experts that can help translate the complex world of cybersecurity into what matters most for corporate leaders--topics like risk and reputation. I'm confident that attendees will come away from this workshop with actionable steps that will help them enhance their organizations' cybersecurity posture."

According to a release, additional speakers and panelists include Tony Urbanovich, head of operations, Cyber Global Risk Exchange; Chris Rezendes, founder & managing director at IoT IMPACT LABS; Amy Mushahwar, counsel & chief information security officer at ZwillGen PLLC; Gail Arkin, senior vice president & general counsel, Berkley Cyber Risk Solutions; and Howard Foard, lead associate, Booz Allen Hamilton.

The two-day October event is one in a series of seminars CyberVista is hosting around the country as part of its board and executive cyber literacy program, which aims to provide business leaders and corporate governance professionals with an understanding of cyber issues that affect their organizations. Registration for the October 24-26 workshop in Scottsdale is open until October 7.

CyberVista is a cybersecurity training and workforce development company.

More Information:

http://www.cybervista.net

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