Raleigh, NC (Jan. 20 , 2015) – What risks do you assume by sharing company information to help grow your business? Admiral Michael S. Rogers, the Commander, U.S. Cyber Command and Director, National Security Agency/Chief, Central Security Service will participate in the panel, “Responding to New Threats in a New World” at the Emerging Issues Forum, Feb. 9-10, 2015, in Raleigh.
Admiral Rogers will join other panelists including recently retired House Intelligence Committee Chair, Mike Rogers and Kevin Mandia, COO, FireEye. The panel will be moderated by Joan Myers, Co-founder and COO of Strategic Link Partners.
They will discuss access to and use of personal data and whether there are inherent tradeoffs with privacy and security.
“We can’t remain economically competitive if our state’s businesses don’t feel they can safely share information and expand their networks,” said Anita Brown-Graham, Director of the Institute for Emerging Issues. “Moreover, we need to understand the balance between business freedom and the impact the collection of personal data has on the citizens of North Carolina. The Forum provides the place where solutions and strategies to be developed.”
The session will also look at the resilience and overall protection of our business and intellectual property networks. They will address both challenges and strategies about how to strengthen data privacy and resist security threats.
To register for the Emerging Issues Forum, visit emergingissues.org
30th Annual Emerging Issues Forum
Raleigh Convention Center
February 9-10, 2015
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