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April 2017 Chapter Meeting: Educating the Masses: Malware and Cyber Threats

Date: April 21, 2017

Time: 11:30am - 3:00pm

Location: Development Dimensions International 1225 Washington Pike Bridgeville, PA 15017

This session will cover malware and other forms of cyber threats that are becoming more prevalent. With more people and businesses getting connected to the internet every day, the points of entry for malicious actors has increased tremendously, and creating educational programs and awareness is critical to the success of any security program. Users are the most common targets because of lack of awareness. This session will go over some of the simplest ways to stay safe and provide best practices for those supporting users.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Cyber Threats - Methods of Compromise
  • FBI Use
  • User Training Program/Outreach Ideas
  • Phishing
  • Social Engineering
  • Strategies for Setting up a Security Program
  • Resources

Join HDI Steel City and Adam Mosesso in exploring ways to combat Cyber-crime and keep your workplace secure!

For more information about this meeting or to register, please click here!

For questions on other HDI Steel City events please email hdi@hdisteelcity.org.
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Congratulations to James Van Poolen for being selected as the 2017 HDI Midwest Regional Analyst of the Year Award Recipient!

James was interviewed and selected from support analysts across 14 local chapters within the Midwest region. This very prestigious award demonstrates James’ outstanding commitment to excellent service! James will now move on to compete at the national competition, which will take place at the HDI Annual Conference & Expo in Washington D.C. from May 9-12, 2017.


2015 Circle of Excellence Presidents Circle

HDI Steel City has been recognized as an HDI Circle of Excellence President's Circle Chapter for 2015. The Circle of Excellence is designed to recognize the chapters who are not only meeting the minimum standards for an HDI local chapter, but are following the best practices which ensure value is being provided to the membership. The President's Circle is the highest level of recognition which is achieved through a survey to the membership which confirms the local chapter provides good programming and value. Thank you to our membership, officers, and sponsors for your commitment to our chapter!