Cybersecurity is no longer an option. Businesses of all sizes are increasingly reliant on the Internet and information technology systems to run their business operations. With such a dependency on technology, there is an increased opportunity for malicious entities to take advantage of system vulnerabilities. Today, businesses are just one data breach away from making headline news, resulting in severe damage to the organization’s valued reputation.
This Chamber 2 Community Workshop will allow you to:
- Explore common email vulnerabilities for your organization and what can you do about it.
- Learn the importance of securing your remote employee’s internal networks.
- Hear why remote employees need to manage patching for more than their work devices.
Meet your presenters:
Angeline (Angel) Button is a Senior Cybersecurity Consultant at Edafio Technology Partners, a trusted advisor of technology solutions in our region. Whether it’s phishing, vishing, smishing, malware, ransomware, or user error, the potential for serious breaches in the security continues to grow and Angeline is passionate about collaboration with a one-team approach whether it is through teaching, investigating, or implementing security solutions to protect businesses and people.
Angeline spent her undergraduate years studying Physics at RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology) and Finger Lakes Community College where she received a science and arts associate degrees with an emphasis in Engineering Science and Physics. Most recently Angeline received the 2018 RH-ISAC Breakthrough Female in Cybersecurity Peer Choice Award.
Angeline enjoys hiking with the family throughout Arkansas, as well as planning local family trips for theatre, ballet, and festivals. She has two children, the oldest is an attorney and the youngest at 13 is an avid fencer. She also has a miniature schnauzer, Professor Snape, that has quite a following on Instagram.
Cheryl Hearne, CISSP, GPEN, a Cybersecurity Enthusiast, and a Senior Consultant with Edafio Technology Partners works with clients to proactively move the needle on their information security posture and to respond to incidences that could impact the objectives of their organizations she is committed to protecting. Cheryl has diverse and wide-ranging experience in information technology and comprehensive enterprise cybersecurity giving her multifaceted expertise to accomplish client goals. While Cheryl has not come into the cybersecurity field with prior information technology experience, she believes that her unique path has provided her with the ability to succinctly evaluate and prioritize cybersecurity strategies. She has earned multiple certifications to include a CISSP, GPEN, Sec+, Net+, and PCI ISA and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in writing from the University of Central Arkansas.
Cheryl shares her passions around data privacy with any family member or friend who can listen without their eyes glazing over. She indulges in the creative side of her brain through photography, playing the guitar, and traveling as much as possible.