How Election Hacking is changing America’s Privacy and Security

When:
January 16, 2019 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
2019-01-16T17:30:00-08:00
2019-01-16T20:30:00-08:00
Where:
Knobbe Martens
12790 El Camino Real #100 San Diego CA 92130
Cost:
$65.00
Contact:
Anita Rusch
858-771-MIT1 (858-771-6481)

  • What really happened in the 2016 and 2018 elections?
  • What’s the real reason Google and FaceBook CEO’s are testifying before Congress?
  • Understanding the new rules of Privacy and Security
  • Debunking the myths
  • What does this all mean for the San Diego Tech business?
  • Questions to ask your IT and Legal team
  • Social Media protections that your Marketing team needs to know

Join us for an important discussion about the future of American security and privacy with these speakers:

Lori (Steele) Contorer, Global Technology CEO and Corporate Board Member

As founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Everyone Counts, Inc. for more than a decade, Lori Steele Contorer pioneered the use of modern technology in government and private elections globally, bringing
state of the art security and accessibility to voting. Her visionary leadership in business, innovation and elections has been recognized with myriad awards that include Fortune Magazine’s Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs in 2013, finalist for EY’s 2014 San Diego Entrepreneur of the Year, San Diego Business
Journal’s Women Who Mean Business Award, and induction into the Bowling Green State University Dallas Hamilton Entrepreneurial Hall of Fame.

Ford Winslow, Cofounder and CEO, ICE Cybersecurity

With over two decades of professional experience in Information Technology and Business Management, Ford Winslow has been a thought leader in the related fields of cybersecurity, cloud and IT Services since their inception.

ICE Cybersecurity, the San Diego-based firm he founded in 2016, specializes in anti-malware, anomaly detection and advanced cyber protection programs.

Mr. Winslow has held technology leadership positions in the Cybersecurity, Cloud, Information Technology, Risk Management, Life Sciences, Financial Services, Healthcare, Non-Profit and Retail Industries, where he
has consistently delivered value through the latest break-throughs in technology.

Mark Page, Co-Founder and CTO, Voterfied

Page is an accomplished software developer and technologist with over 25 years experience building and managing platforms and development teams. He specializes in the architecture and development of enterprise web, mobile, and blockchain platforms for government, business and broadcast.

He is the founder/co-founder of several successful tech startups including DigitalRadio, Totle and CrowdCorps, the blockchain accelerator company. CrowdCorps and DigitalRadio provide development, outsourcing, and consulting services to accelerate tech companies and incubate startups. Page is now the Co-Founder/CTO of Voterfied, Participatory Democracy powered by Blockchain Voting.

Chris Behar, Founder and CEO, Behar Technologies

Chris Behar is an independent cybersecurity consultant with over 20 years engineering experience in the tech field. His has worked with many different clients from startups to enterprises in a multitude of different sectors such as nonprofits, schools and governments to develop, build and secure networks and systems at scale.
He currently is working on his newest project, Blue Square Development whose purpose is to focus on blockchain and smart contracts to build and secure next generation networks and decentralized applications.

 

AGENDA
5:30: Registration, Networking, food and drinks
6:30: Presentation
7:30: Audience Q & A
8:00: Program Concludes, Networking, Coffee & Dessert until 8:30

REGISTRATION & COST
MITEF Members and MITEF Sponsors: Free
Non-members: $65
MIT Alums:  $50
​​On-Site: $75

NOTE:  Online Registration ends at 11AM, the day of the event.  If you register online after 11AM, you will be charged $75, the on-site price. NO REFUNDS after Nov 16

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