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Gone Phishing: Hackers aren’t taking a break -- and neither should you

May 28, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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The personal information of millions of Americans were exposed due to data breaches in 2019, and Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) reported over 40,000 nation-state hacking attacks in the last year alone. In recent weeks U.S. government agencies and medical institutions leading the COVID-19 pandemic response experienced cyberattack spikes.

Clearly businesses and public institutions are in the crosshairs of opportunistic and professional hackers. What can you as your organization’s professional communicator do to help protect your organization?

Join IABC Houston and its panel of experts on Thursday, May 28, to get first-hand insights from experts tasked with protecting our nation’s critical assets.

Learn how agencies like the FBI work with partners to gather intelligence on threats, and how industry sectors coordinate responses to address cyber vulnerabilities and the campaigns that target them.

About the Speakers

Angela Haun

Angela Haun is the Executive Director of the Oil and Natural Gas Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ONG-ISAC). Ms. Haun joined the ISAC after a 20-year career as a Special Agent with the FBI. She brought extensive experience in cybersecurity and protecting critical assets from her work at the FBI, along with her leadership skills from the Houston InfraGard Chapter, which became the largest in the country while she was the FBI coordinator. Ms. Haun received the award for “InfraGard Coordinator of the Year” from the InfraGard National Members Alliance (INMA) in 2013 and 2016. In September 2018, she received the prestigious “Linda Franklin Award” from the INMA for dedicated service at the local, regional and national level for the FBI’s InfraGard program. 

Brad Culp

Culp is the Intelligence Program Manager for the FBI’s Houston HQ, and serves as the agency’s Senior Supervisory Intelligence Analyst. He is a graduate of the University of Kentucky, and has served in various intelligence roles in the FBI for the past 20 years including postings in Washington, DC working directly for the agency’s Director. Culp played a key intelligence and security role coordinating with law enforcement colleagues in the runup to Super Bowl LI held in Houston in 2017. 

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