- The meeting will be a series of live sessions and all are free to attend. You can choose to attend all or some of the sessions. After you register, you will receive a separate email to complete your registration for each session of the meeting. You must register for all sessions you plan to attend in order to receive the login link. This link will be unique to you and cannot be shared. If you do not complete this step, you will be unable to access the sessions on September 30 and October 1.
Noon – 1:00
Ray Hillen, Managing Director, Cybersecurity, Agio
collapses real space. You operate next to organized criminals, nation states,
and the occasional lone wolf. As evidenced by recent events from 2019 in many
states, the public sector is a top target and events are on the rise. The bad
guys are getting faster and they are weaponizing exploits in near real-time. In
this session we will review what we're seeing, common mistakes organizations
are making, and how to reduce your exposure.
1:30 – 2:15
General SC Law Enforcement
Sean Fay, Cyber Liaison Officer, South Carolina Cyber Coordination Center,
SC Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity Program, SC Law Enforcement Division
provide updates and information about the current state of cybersecurity,
including new breaches and attacks SLED has seen. He will also highlight the
South Carolina Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity Program, which offers a
number of cybersecurity services.
2:45 – 3:15
SC Law Enforcement
Division Audit Updates
Mary Zander, Auditor, Governance, Risk and Compliance, SC Law Enforcement
about SC Law Enforcement Division’s Information Technology Security Audits.
Zander will share updates and information to help you navigate this process.
Thursday, October 1
Information Technology’s Response the Pandemic
Technology departments across the state recently faced a number of challenges
when transitioning their organizations to virtual workplaces. Setting up secure
work-from-home scenarios, accessing coronavirus-related funding, and keeping
projects moving during the pandemic were just a few of the challenges that came
departments were also faced with transitioning many services to a virtual
format for the first time. Processes such as council meetings, board and
commission meetings and some payment acceptances faced many new challenges.
Attendees will be invited to share information about what platforms they used,
what services they changed to a virtual format for the first time, and lessons