CalChamber Cosponsoring Cyber Security Education in Sacramento


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.

Featured Speakers

“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.


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