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June Peer Group -  Why Are There So Many Hackers
June Peer Group -  Why Are There So Many Hackers

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Madden School of Business

June Peer Group - Why Are There So Many Hackers

Facilitated discussions to share views on trends, best practices, or struggles in relation to the meeting topic. Open and confidential amongst fellow family business owners and influencers.

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Madden School of Business , 1419 Salt Springs Rd, Syracuse, NY 13214, USA

About The Event

The number of hackers and the number of organizations getting hacked has exploded. Organizations around the globe have experienced an exponential number of attacks against their networks, employees, vendors and intellectual property. Join us as we explore the world of cyber criminals and how easy it is to become a cyber threat actor. With today’s threat, actors’ ability to hide behind a variety of pseudo anonymous crypto currencies, combined with the ease of obtaining hacking resources, you will see what makes the life of cybercrime extremely attractive. As the ransomware threat continues to grow by shutting down businesses, we will provide you with the roadmap to understand digital criminals and minimize the impact on your organization, as well as what to do in the case you have to deal with an unfortunate incident.


  • Understand why your business needs to be protected.
  • Understand why your employees need to be trained to spot cyber threats.
  • Know how to be prepared in the event you get compromised

Who Should Attend:

  • Business Owners, Leadership and Managers.
  • The Information Tech Department and Users of the Network

About Steve Stasiukonis

Steve serves as President of Secure Network Technologies, focusing on Penetration Testing, Information Security Risk Assessments, Incident Response and Digital Investigations. Steve Stasiukonis has worked in the field of Information Security for over 25 years, specializing in the use of technology to identify information security vulnerabilities, assessing risk and the collection of digital intelligence.  As a part of that experience, Steve is an expert in Social Engineering.  Steve carries numerous security certifications by various organizations and also serves as a columnist for Information Week magazine and Dark Reading.

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