Linking Enterprise and Small Business Security to Shore up Cyber Risks in the Supply Chain

Linking Enterprise and Small Business Security to Shore up Cyber Risks in the Supply Chain

 

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Duration 60min
Speakers
Jason Polancich
Founder and Chief Architect
SurfWatch Labs
Jason Polancich
Jason Polancich is a serial entrepreneur focused on solving complex internet security and cyber-defense problems, with more than 20 years of experience as an intelligence analyst, software engineer, systems architect and corporate executive. Jason currently is the Founder and Chief Architect at SurfWatch Labs where he leads the vision and development of SurfWatch Labs cyber risk intelligence solutions.

Prior to founding SurfWatch Labs, Jason co-founded Novii Design, which assisted the U.S. Intelligence Community and Department of Defense in building some of the largest data warehouse and analysis systems ever put into operation within the government and defense contracting sectors. Novii Design was sold to Six3 Systems in 2010.

In addition to completing numerous professional engineering and certification programs through the National Cryptologic School, Mr. Polancich is a 1991 graduate of the University of Alabama, with degrees in English, Political Science and Russian. He is a distinguished graduate of the Defense Language Institute (Arabic) and has completed foreign study programs through Boston University in St. Petersburg, Russia. You can follow his insights and analysis in his cybersecurity column on SecurityWeek.
Carrie Kerskie
Identity theft expert, professional speaker, author, private investigator and radio host
Carrie Kerskie
Carrie Kerskie a highly sought-after speaker, trainer and consultant specializing in identity theft, healthcare fraud/medical identity theft, data security breach prevention and internet safety. She is also the author of the new book, Your Public Identity; Because Nothing is Private Anymore. Carrie Kerskie is the president of Kerskie Group Inc based in Naples, FL. Carrie is a business professional with more than 20 years experience. Prior to owning Kerskie Group, she worked for some of the top investment and insurance companies in the country. It was in those positions, that Carrie honed the skills and knowledge she would later use to solve some of Kerskie Group’s toughest cases.

She has been a guest speaker at conferences, professional and civic organizational meetings, professional development events and corporate training events. In addition, Carrie has developed Internet safety training videos and presentations for parents, individuals and business owners. Carrie has been featured on NBC News, Wink News, ABC News and Fox News. In addition, numerous articles have been written by her and published about her in Gulfshore Business, Southwest Florida Business Today, Gulfshore Life, Business Currents, PI Magazine, and Adverse Witness.

She has been recognized with the American Business Women’s Associations Neapolitan Chapter Woman of the Year, the Harvey R. Morse Founder’s Award given for outstanding service to the Florida Association of Private Investigators and the private investigation industry. In 2009, she was selected as one of Gulfshore Business’ Top 40 Under 40. The 40 Under 40 list recognizes bright, young business leaders, executives and professionals under the age of 40 who live and work in Pinellas, Hillsborough, Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte, Lee and Collier counties.

As business becomes more connected and as data moves further outside the organizational walls, the supply chain has become a critical chink in the security armor. Think about how many small businesses, suppliers and customers have access to different areas of an enterprise. But small businesses do not generally employ the same strength of security as larger companies because it’s complex, costly and resource-intensive. Enterprise cybersecurity is intricately linked to that of the supply chain.

Join SurfWatch Labs Chief Architect and former US Government Intelligence Analyst Jason Polancich, and Carrie Kerskie, a data privacy investigator and expert, for a webcast where they will examine the insecurity of small businesses in the supply chain and provide practical tips to close backdoors into the enterprise.

Attend this webcast to learn:

  • Lessons from real-life data breaches originating from the supply chain
  • How to more quickly identify and act on highly relevant cyber risks facing your organization
  • Recommendations for working with your partners, vendors and customers to reduce overall cyber risk
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