People are most familiar with the Indiana Chamber as an advocacy organization. After all, that has been a primary concentration for 96 years.
But business information – in the form of employee training and regulatory compliance publications – has been an important and growing part of the mission for more than a quarter of a century. Many of those offerings have focused on human resources and safety topics, with a more recent emphasis on skill development.
A new addition in 2018 is a partnership with the Indiana attorney general for the inaugural Cybersecurity Conference (May 1-2 at the Indiana Chamber Conference Center). It’s a good sign that the topic is a timely one when the conference expands to a full two days before it even kicks off.
Cybersecurity needs in today’s business world are robust; potential solutions are complex. Business, government and legal viewpoints and conversations will take place.
Among the key topics:
- Governor Holcomb’s Executive Council on Cybersecurity
- Cyber threats: The No.1 risk to small businesses
- Fighting the security battle
- Responding to litigation and enforcement actions following a data breach
- The dark web
- Best practices you can implement now
- Cyber insurance
- Legal consideration in the Internet of Things (IoT)
- How will General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) be enforced?
- Ransomware: Wire transfer fraud and phishing are hitting Indiana businesses
Check out additional information, the full agenda and sponsorship opportunities. Register to attend here. Our thanks to presenting sponsor Ice Miller and additional sponsors: University of Southern Indiana Romain College of Business, WGU Indiana, Qumulus Solutions, Matrix Integration and Purdue University.