Chris Pittmann

Senior Sales Engineer

Chris is a CISSP/CCSP/CRISC/SEC+ veteran in the security space who first learned networking to join LAN gaming parties in the early ‘90s. He has worked in security operations for global enterprise companies as well as sales, support and consulting in the security vendor space for more than 20 years. As a member/supporter of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, he is a passionate advocate for digital privacy – especially in balance with corporate and government security mandates. He is passionate about security education and mentorship, which he does as a professor of network and digital forensics at Eastern Michigan University. He is currently the Senior Presales Engineer for enterprise business in the Great Lakes Region for Arctic Wolf where he leads organizations in building security operations solutions.

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Day 2
January 25, 2024
3:15 pm

The Business of Breaches: How Cybercrime Hacks at Your Bottom Line [School Safety/Mental Health & Wellness]

25 January
Time:  3:15 pm - 4:30 pm
Location:  Greco (Level 4)

Michigan schools have experienced huge losses in money, data, and time lost to hackers. Schools' weak infrastructure and new or inexperienced staff are prime targets for cybercrime. If you lose private information to bad actors, your dollars and community confidence will soon follow. Learn about emerging threats in cybercrime and signs of malicious content and discuss ways to train your staff and protect your data

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