Born to Run in Cyber
Resume writing in a virtual world doesn’t stop at a piece of paper. Learn how to write a resume that gets read as well as how to develop an online presence to be successful in this cyber-related marketplace. Veronica Boreland (Anne Arundel Community College).
Life in the Cyber Lane
Social media, like Facebook and Twitter, provides global marketing forums for our businesses and personal access into the lives of our family and friends. It also provides a very public vehicle for our very private information. Hear how to successfully interact with social media. David Etue (Safenet data protection company)
For Those About to Cyber, We Salute You
Serving our country and working in a dynamic field can be achieved without enlisting. The Army has many civilian jobs in the cyber arena right in this area. Come hear about the opportunities in cyber and the path to make them yours. Lucas Kagel (U.S. Army)
Cyber. It’s In the Way That You Use It
DoD’s Cyber Crime Center (DC3) leads an annual International Digital Forensics Challenge. Cyber challenges take your technical skills to the next level and are just plain fun. Join this session to explore how these cyber challenges are the unconventional ways to show experience on your resume. Brian Andrzejewski (DC3), Dustin Shirley and Marcelle Lee (AACC Winning Challenge Team)
If You Liked It, You Should Have Put a Lock on It
Living in a cyber world requires an awareness of the potential hazards. Learn the risk areas and easy, effective tips & tricks to make you cybersecure. Additionally, hear from an AACC student who has developed the” Google Hack Defender.” He will demonstrate how it will make your online searches safer. Dina Haines (Anne Arundel Community College), Chris Woolwine (AACC Student)
What’s Cyber Got to Do with It?
Regardless of size, most companies have assets that are not generally known to the public, give a competitive edge in the marketplace, and don’t want lost or stolen. Get critical legal insights about doing business in the cyber arena and identifying trade secrets and other confidential information, conducting background checks, implementing effective non-compete/non-solicitation/non-disclosure agreements and many others topics in this session. Stephen Stern (Hyatt & Weber law firm)
Hey, Hey. You. You. Get Off of My Computer.
Doing business in the cyber arena can be daunting. Phishing, spearphishing and many other newly defined attacks against both businesses and individuals make the challenge even greater. In this session, learn successful strategies through real case examples to being successful in this cyber world. Steven Burke (Department of the Treasury) and Simon Mantel (Department of Homeland Security)