Representatives from the FBI, Attorney General’s Office, Federal Trade Commission and other groups will explain how small businesses and consumers can make their digital information more secure at a free event in Sacramento cosponsored by the California Chamber of Commerce.
“Two Steps Ahead: Protect Your Digital Life,” hosted by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) and Google, will take place on January 29 and will feature presentations from:
• Mark S. Ghilarducci, director, California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services;
• Michele Robinson, state chief information officer, California Information Security Office;
• Joanne McNabb, director, privacy education and policy, California Office of Attorney General;
• Michael Kaiser, executive director, National Cyber Security Alliance;
• Sylvia Kundig, attorney, Western Region, Federal Trade Commission;
• Gary Almond, president/CEO, Better Business Bureau of Northeast California;
• Wes Drone, special agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation;
• Dr. Isaac Ghansah, professor of computer science, California State University, Sacramento;
• Kristin Judge, program lead, National Cyber Security Alliance.
To register for this event, visit twostepssacramento.eventbrite.com.