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Cyber Security Symposium

Date: Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time: 11:30am to 1:00pm
Location: Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce Board Room 612 Garrison

In partnership with Talk Business & Politics, the Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce is pleased to offer our first Symposium of 2018 on Cyber Security.  This is an exclusive opportunity being offered to the business community.   By attending this symposium, you will be able to better protect your company and your clients from cyber attacks. 

A successful cyber attack can cause major damage to your bottom line as well as the reputation of your business and consumer trust. Effects of cyber attacks can also adversely impact finances and your reputation.

Businesses that suffered a cyber breach will also generally incur costs associated with repairing affected systems, networks and devices.

Topics Include:

  •  The state of the Cyber Threat  
  •  Fraud Prevention, Detection and Investigation Techniques
  •  Cyber Governance

About the Presenter:

Special Agent Jason Frankenberger is a Cyber trained Agent with the FBI. He graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2003 with a degree in Computer Engineering. He worked for a small electronics engineering firm while in College until 2006 when he was hired by the FBI. SA Frankenberger spent 5 months in Quantico Virginia training before reporting to the Memphis Field Office. While in Memphis, SA Frankenberger was a member of the Safe Streets Task force working federal violation of violent crime, gangs, and drugs. After 2 years he was moved to the Cyber Squad in Memphis specializing in criminal computer intrusion and crimes against children matters. In October of 2009, SA Frankenberger was transferred to the Dallas Field Office and specialized in National Security and Criminal Cyber computer intrusion cases. In 2013, he transferred back to his hometown of Fayetteville, AR. As a member of the Fayetteville office of the FBI, SA Frankenberger continues to specialize in all Cyber Crime but also work in Computer Forensics and other matters requiring technical investigation.

Fees/Admission:
$30 - Chamber Members
$50-  Guests