DATE AND TIME Tue, November 15, 2016 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM PST
The November meeting of SMPTE Hollywood looks at cybercrime and how to keep you, your data and your business safe.
We live in a world of security threats that can be motivated by financial and/ or political reasons. New digital workflows (cloud, bring-your-own-device, social, and mobile applications) are part of the entertainment industry infrastructure's transformation to IP. These new workflows make it harder to proactively manage a security strategy because they are constantly reacting to new threats.
We're going to talk about:
The Risk of Cybercrime -- How to Stay Safe in Cyberspace -- How Users Open the Door to Cyber Criminals -- How We Can Be More Educated About Cyber Crime -- What New Job Opportunities Are Available in the Battle
On hand will be:
Jeff Dow, EVP, Fox Entertainment Group Media & IT Services.
- Detective Andy Kleinick, LAPD - Computer Crimes Unit
- Philip A. Jones @ Sr. Security Strategist Hewlett Packard Enterprise Managed Security Services
- Agent Jimmy Garcia, coordinator for the FBI Entertainment Cyberhood Watch Team, Los Angeles
- Agent Mike Sohn, FBI Cyber Supervisor
- Lt. Leon & Sgt. Hish Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Cyber crimes unit
Meeting Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Location: Dreamworks Animation1000 Flower St, Glendale, CA 91201
No host parking is available in guest parking spaces in the Dreamworks garage
For admittance to this meeting, you MUST be registered before midnight, November 11, 2016 and You MUST present valid ID (Drivers License) in your registered name.
6P-7PM Hospitality / Networking
NOTE: We have a limited number of seats so please register early.