Watch the replay of this Lunch N Learn which features Dr. Stan Stahl, president of the Information Systems Security Association, Los Angeles Chapter, as he speak about cyber security – arguably the greatest challenges of the Internet age.
By telling the stories of cyber crime victims and cyber security champions, Dr. Stahl engages his audience in the reality of cyber crime, arguably the greatest challenges of the Internet age. Dr. Stahl’s non-technical entertaining talks provide real-world guidance for everyone wanting to know what they need to do to meet the challenge of cyber crime.
- Explore actual cybercrime case studies like the Target breach and online bank fraud
- Describe the financial implications of cybercrime
- Demonstrate the limitations of technology in meeting the cybercrime challenge
- Illustrate how users are the weak link in cybersecurity
- Provide practical tips everyone can do to lower their risk of being a victim
Dr. Stahl is a pioneer in the field of information security, having entered the field in 1980. Earlier in his career he secured teleconferencing at the White House, databases inside Cheyenne Mountain and the communications network controlling our nuclear weapons arsenal.
Foreseeing the computer crime tsunami that was to come, Dr. Stahl and his business partner, Kimberly Pease, co-founded Citadel Information Group in 2002. An information security management services firm, Citadel delivers Information Peace of Mind ® to business and the not-for-profit community.
Dr. Stahl has been President of ISSA-LA — the Los Angeles Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association — since 2008 and is the creator of the Chapter’s It Takes the Village to Secure the Village SM community outreach program.
Dr. Stahl has that rare gift of being able to describe the complexities of information security in a way that makes sense to real-world non-technical business professionals. He speaks extensively about information security, both at conferences and at professional or civic associations. He co-authored the cyber security management section of the ASIS Protection of Assets Manual. His firm’s weekly cyber security newsletter is emailed to nearly 20,000 people every week.
Dr. Stahl earned his Ph.D. in mathematics from The University of Michigan and spent nearly 15 years teaching university mathematics. He was recently appointed to the Industry Advisory Board of the Information Technology Program at USC’s Viterbi School of Engineering.