AT&T collaborated with the National Cyber Security Center (NCC) to host a conference with more than 100 first responders this August. Gov. Hickenlooper kicked off the conference, stressing the reality of cyber threats across Colorado and in the first responder community.
AT&T’s Chris Boyer, assistant vice president, Global Public Policy for AT&T, provided an overview of current cybersecurity threats and discussed efforts AT&T is making to ensure the resiliency and integrity of its network in response to threats and issues specific to first responders — the role of states in cybersecurity, key concerns for first responders and the role of a first responder in today’s cyber world.
A panel discussion was also held titled, Lessons Learned from Cyber Breaches.
The panel included:
Moderator: Pat Williams, Colorado Emergency Preparedness Partnership (CEPP)
Gary Briese, executive director, CO State Fire Chiefs — Communication Failure
Jerry Eastman, cyber analyst, CO Information Analysis Center — Opened Source Info
Alex Wood, vice president, Information Security and CISO, Pulte Financial Services — Risk Analysis
Cody Burrows, CEO, Cyber Perimeter Security — Incident Response
Dale Drew, CSO, Global Security Organization-Level 3 — Security Architecture
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