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The Explosion of Cybercrime - The 5 Ways IT May Be an Accomplice - Mark Villinski (Central Ohio Infosec Summit 2015) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

The Explosion of Cybercrime - The 5 Ways IT May Be an Accomplice
Mark Villinski

GRC - Session #7 - Mark Villinski Mobile devices, social media sites, and the exponential growth of cybercriminals are threatening your users and your data every day. Can your IT department become an unwitting accomplice to cybercrime? Mark Villinski, Kaspersky Lab Marketing Manager, sheds light on the growing challenges facing IT today and discusses the 5 ways that IT departments may be unknowingly enabling cybercrime in their organizations. During this session, you will hear: A comprehensive overview of the current state of the cybercrime threat landscape. Several real life examples and stories of attacks; where they come from and ways to detect them. Examples of current IT policies and procedures that may be exposing your network to attacks.

Bio: Mark Villinski brings more than 20 years of technology sales, marketing experience and channel leadership to Kaspersky Lab. As Director, Field Marketing, Mark is responsible for field marketing efforts in the United States and for increasing awareness of Kaspersky Lab as a thought leader in the online security industry. Prior to joining Kaspersky Lab, Mark served as Director Worldwide Channel Operations at Enterasys Networks. Mark has presented at several industry conferences across North America addressing audiences on the challenges facing IT departments today and discussing ways organizations can protect themselves from the current threat landscape.

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