Identity theft is at record levels. There is no privacy on the Internet. Our businesses, nonprofits, schools, and government institutions are under attack from cyber criminals. Our power grid is vulnerable. Social media is being manipulated by our enemies. Our way of life is at-risk in ways never before imagined.
It’s time to do what Americans have done for more than 200 years. It’s time to act. It’s time to defend ourselves, our families, our places of work, our communities. It’s time to become cyber guardians.
This talk is about what you need to do to be a cyber guardian with the knowledge, skills, and commitment needed to meet the cyber crisis. As a mother or father, a son or daughter, a worker, a manager, an owner, a citizen.
My objective is not to frighten you but to awaken you to the crisis we face, and provide you the basics of cyber defense.
By Attending You Will Learn:
Dr. Stan Stahl is founder and President of Citadel Information Group, an information security management services firm delivering Information Peace of Mind® to business and the nonprofit community.
Stan is also founder and President of SecureTheVillage, a nonprofit whose mission is a cybersecure Los Angeles. SecureTheVillage meets its mission through education and outreach programs designed to turn people and organizations into cyber guardians.
During Stan’s career he has regularly given back to the community, serving 9 years as President of ISSA-LA and on several cybersecurity Advisory Boards. In addition to his community leadership through SecureTheVillage, he serves on the Advisory Boards of Los Angeles Cyber Lab and Pepperdine Graziadio Business School’s innovative Cyber Risk Certificate Program.
An information security pioneer, Stan began his career securing teleconferencing at the White House, databases inside Cheyenne Mountain, and the communications network controlling our nuclear weapons arsenal. Stan received his Ph.D. degree in mathematics from The University of Michigan. A frequent speaker on cybersecurity, Stan is regularly quoted in the media on cybercrime, cyber privacy and information security.