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Cyber Security

28 January, 2020 #tech Webinar

Craig Sixta

VP Security & Compliance


Start: 28 01 2020

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Cyber Security: The most dangerous new attack techniques, and what's coming next

Date: Tuesday 28 January 2020

Time: 8:00 AM PST, 10:00 AM CST, 11:00 AM EST, 4:00 PM GMT, 5:00 PM CET


An unfortunate recent technological truth is that it is not a matter of if you will be compromised, but when. Maintaining a strong defence in the world of Cyber Security is vital. Our actions as individuals or lack thereof are often the weakest link and primary reason for a breach to occur. All of us play a significant role, and we are the first line of defence for ourselves and our organizations.

Today’s Cyber criminals target employees to infiltrate organizations, relying on their ability to exploit curiosity, error, and even greed. Many employees are totally unprepared to identify suspicious or malicious content, putting themselves and the organizations they represent at risk. Criminals often utilize social engineering tactics to compromise employees and abuse their trust. They do so at all levels of an organization, therefore no one is immune to a potential breach.

This webinar will  help MGI Worldwide members and their clients:

  • Prepare and strengthen overall IT security strategy
  • Provide effective, relevant, and interactive content to educate everyone on risks and modern Cyber Security tactics. 
  • Opportunity to equip yourself with the knowledge needed to protect you and your clients

The more everyone is educated on how to protect themselves, the better we can protect against a breach into our organizations or even into our own personal information.

Your webinar host

Craig Sixta, CISSP
Principal, Vice President of Security and Compliance 
Element Technologies    

Craig Sixta has been assisting organizations in developing best-in-class technology solutions for more than twenty years. Mr. Sixta was awarded WatchGuard 2018 Project of the Year for designing the State of Minnesota 911 network’s zero-trust firewall system. 

He is frequently called in to serve as the incident commander for large-scale data breaches and compromises of ultra high-net worth individuals. He also works as a forensics expert and expert witness for a wide variety of cyber incidents.  On behalf of his clients, he has successfully collaborated with local and federal law enforcement on multiple occasions in apprehending offenders and recovering stolen funds. 

Frequently speaking at industry and trade events on Cyber Security and current threats.  He serves as a Principal and Vice President of Security and Compliance for Element Technologies, an IT firm that specializes in developing secure solutions for clients in nearly every industry.

Craig Sixta is a Certified Information System Security Professional, the most globally recognized standard of achievement in the cybersecurity industry.

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