Waterville Peers & Beers co-sponsored with Robert Half Technology
Wed., Oct. 23, 2019, 4:30-6:30pm
Waterville Brewing Company
On October 23, MTUG hosted our first "Elm City" Peers & Beers -- cosponsored by Robert Half Technology!
Waterville Brewing at the Hathaway Creative Center was stop #2 on our Maine 5-brewery tour, with catering by Holy Cannoli!
TECH SPOTLIGHT TOPIC: "Preventing Your Next Cyber Loss" with Frank Appunn, Security Consultant, InfraGard Member, and IT & Management Professor at Thomas College
Frank brings his experiences and recent research to this fast-paced overview of some specific and surprising security concerns we should anticipate in
2020 to 2024, affecting smaller and large organizations, including government, healthcare, manufacturing, service providers, and finance/banking sectors.
MTUG is grateful to our Peers & Beers Co-Sponsor -- Robert Half Technology (www.roberthalf.com) -- for their generous support of this event!
MTUG also thanks our volunteer board members Eugene Slobodzian and Jamers Harder for assistance coordinating the speaker/topic for this session.
MTUG’s Peers and Beers events are a chance for IT professionals and enthusiasts to network in an informal setting while learning about a unique technology topic. There are usually four or five Peers & Beers events (in addition to MTUG Webinars) held each season at locations across Maine.
Would your organization like to sponsor an MTUG Peers & Beers event or get involved in another way? Visit the Get Involved page for information on how to be an event sponsor, or other opportunities!
Maine InfraGard Members Alliance, and IT & Security Professor/Consultant, Thomas College
Dr. Frank Appunn is known widely as a respected, engaging, enthusiastic professor, speaker, and researcher in the areas of cybersecurity, technology, project management, and business, with teaching and research roles at Thomas College, St. Petersburg College, and Northcentral University. He has been an entrepreneur for more than 20 years, providing technology, security and project management solutions to the banking, health, and mining sectors in North America, Europe, and Africa. In addition, Frank is an active member of the Maine Chapter of InfraGard, a partnership between the FBI and the private sector committed to creating a seamless public-private collaboration that expedites the timely exchange of information and learning opportunities relevant to the protection of critical infrastructure.
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Download(All presenter content is posted "as-is" and does not reflect the opinions of or any endorsement by MTUG, its board members, or constituents.)
[PDF] Frank Appunn, InfraGard Alliance / Thomas College - Prevent Your Next CyberSecurity Loss