Have you ever used a credit card or the internet? Then your personal information has probably been leaked and compromised at least once. Over 80% of students say they do whatever they want on their smartphones, unbeknownst to their parents. Is that you? How about your life savings and reputation. Are they safe?
All over the world, there are criminals at work constantly, round the clock. They use automated programs to probe for weaknesses in your internet security programs. When one sleeps, the next wakes up. It never ends. It just gets worse, as cyber criminals increase in sophistication. This is so much easier than physically robbing a bank or your home. What’s worse is that you don’t know what you don’t know. You and your loved ones could have been victims repeatedly, and still not be aware.
What should we do as individuals and as Project Managers? Join this discussion and bring your own ideas, so that we can share and help each other protect ourselves and our loved ones.
Phebe Ong is IT Security Operations Director at World Vision International, which is one of the largest nonprofit, Christian humanitarian organizations dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. She has more than 20 years of international, cross functional and cross cultural professional experience in Project/Program Management, Analytics, Process Improvement and Risk Management at U.S. Fortune 500 companies. Her LEAN Six Sigma and continuous improvement experience have enabled her to lead teams to deliver on numerous business improvement, business impact design, service and change management initiatives involving Blockchain, the Cloud and other emerging technologies.
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Registration closes 11:59 p.m. Tuesday night, 21 May 2019.
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