Presentation: Houston ACFE and ASIS Joint Training Luncheon: "CIKR Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources Cyber Protection Strategies"
Speaker: Jack C. Hanagriff
Jack Hanagriff is a 34-year veteran with the Houston Police Department. For the last seven years he has been on special assignment to the Mayor’s Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security, where he currently serves as the Coordinator of the Regional Risk and Critical Infrastructure Protection Program. In this position, he shepherds the efforts of multi-disciplinary stakeholders across 13 Counties. He has developed an organization and governance structure to identify, catalog, assess, and analyze their assets, leveraging technology, Federal guidance, and the private sector where appropriate.
Jack is the Technology Coordinator for Homeland Security Projects and oversees key initiatives related to data content sharing, situation management, cyber security and edged technology implementation that supports many aspects of public safety. He is co-chair of the Houston UASI Risk Management Critical Infrastructure Protection Committee and is strategy lead in the Houston Regional Cyber Security Work group which is pursuing several projects to identify and assess risks and helping to bridge the gap between cybersecurity and physical security.
Mr. Hanagriff will present and explain use cases for a toolbox of free cyber tools focused on CIKR “Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources” Protection Strategies.
Digital Sandbox - is software that allows stakeholders to securely share vital information to appropriate responders in their community. It offers additional capabilities that can be used by the industry partners to conduct risk, vulnerability and damage assessments when needed.
Cyber Security Control Implementation Interface - is a suite of cyber tools available at no cost to area partners that assists them in assessing cyber gaps related to the NIST Framework. It has additional features for conducting a mini assessment and offers strategy and plan development for responding to a Cyber Disruption.
Cyber Tool Workshop- regional partners can participate at no-cost in a half-day workshop that will walk them through the available cyber tools and assist them in conducting a min-assessment.
In addition, Theresa Blackwell will accompany Jack and answer questions on how these tools could be used to assist in cyber fraud investigations.CPE Credits: 1.0 CPE Hours 1.0
- To learn from a professional about how CyberSecurity has been addressed by the City of Houston and surrounding counties
- To learn about software tools available to CyberSecurity professionals
- To learn how organizations can develop programs to assess gaps in cybersecurityEvent Policies:
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Delivery Method: Group-Live
Prerequisites: Working Knowledge of Fraud and Fraud Schemes
Field of Study: Fraud Examination
"Who Should Attend?: Anti-fraud professionals ,FCPA Compliance auditors, Auditors, Accountants, Attorneys, Investigators, Law Enforcement, Educators, Students
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
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