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Discount code (to be used by TAG members only): CKVWAMQZ On February 25th over three dozen C-level executives, senior managers and a wide variety of practitioners ranging from security analysts to forensics investigators, network technicians, risk managers and training directors joined the FBI, GBI, 911 and police to role play their response to seven well planned and executed attacks: five were cyber and one was physical. The final attack, a social engineering attack, wasn’t even detected yet as the Simulation ended. On Thursday, May 1st, comes the exclamation mark at the end of the sentence: what is known to security and emergency management personnel as the After Action Report or to the rest of us as lessons learned. This one hour webinar will feature Keith Butler of La Crosse County, Wi, Emergency Management who will summarize the official Department of Homeland Security After Action Report that will be released on May 1st, of which Keith is primary author. Keith will point out the take-aways from the 2014 Simulation as well as identify areas for improvement for 2015 from a DHS-perspective. There will be ample time allowed for discussion and questions. Roy Hadley and Ed Pascua, the co-chairs of the TAG InfoSec Society will be available to add their comments as will the president of the fictional target of the attacks, for two hours, The Logistics Company, Patrick Gaul who is also Chairperson of the Board of TAG. Exercise designer and moderator Jim Cavanagh, of Cyber Exercises, will provide some background information as well as announce the subject of the 2015 Cybersecurity Simulation. If you attended the actual Simulation, or not, there is a lot to be learned from this webinar that you can apply to increase the cybersecurity of your organization.
Are your lifestyle and eating style aging you? In this information-packed workshop, you'll learn Margaret Marshall's "Top 10 Lifestyle Secrets" to aging gracefully. You'll also understand the difference between anti-aging and age-defying. Learn how to make positive changes and take control of your life and your health.
Almost 50 C-Level Executives, Senior Managers, Security, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Practitioners, the FBI, GBI, Atlanta Police and 9-1-1 role played positions with the fictional Global News Network and began rebroadcasting their video content within 1 hour and 12 minutes of a devastating attack by terrorists. How did they do it? What did we learn from the simulation? What can you learn that can be applied to your own organization? The first 15 minutes of this webinar will include a high level summary of the official Department of Homeland Security After Action Report for this simulation followed by up to 45 minutes of question and answer with the primary author of the report, a county-level emergency management professional with deep and wide exercise and actual emergency management experience. The complete After Action Report will be available in advance to all who register for the webinar as will be the ability to submit questions in advance. There is something to be learned for all business sectors. Register now for this unique knowledge-exchange opportunity.
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The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is a leading technology industry association dedicated to the promotion and economic advancement of the state’s technology industry. TAG provides leadership in driving initiatives in the areas of policy, capital, education and giving, and also brings the technology community together through events, initiative programs and networking opportunities. TAG serves as an umbrella organization for 27 affinity groups, or societies, including Women in Technology (WIT). Additionally, TAG’s charitable arm, the TAG Education Collaborative, is focused on helping science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education initiatives thrive. For more information visit the TAG website at www.tagonline.org or TAG’s community website at www.TAGthink.com.
Dr. Michelle Cleere Dr. Michelle's passion is unlocking the power of the mind so that elite performers can play better and happier. She coaches athletes, musicians, academicians, business leaders and other people who need to perform consistently at a high level. Performance Psychology Ph.D. Dr. Michelle holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and a M.A. in Sports Psychology. She serves on the faculty of JFK University. Her research focuses on how the mind can be trained to improve performance and endurance. Her competitive spirit as a college basketball player and amateur triathlete inspired her to explore sports psychology to improve her own performance. Her big a-ha moment came in 1997 when coaching a team of amateur triathletes, most of whom were beginners. Simple mental skill training, perspective shifts and emotional support yielded almost magical results across the team. People who hated running learned to power up hills with mantras. People who were terrified of swimming in open water overcame their fear with visualizations. Everyone completed their race-including the woman who showed up to the first practice with a snorkel mask and fins-and most kept competing. Since then, Dr. Michelle has helped hundreds of athletes who compete in sports that require a high degree of mental endurance and toughness such as tennis, golf, triathlon, marathon, cycling and beach volleyball. She has also worked with concert musicians, academics competing for tenure and business executives. Collaborations and Publications Dr. Michelle collaborates with Dr. Oz, the National Academy of Sports Medicine and Sharecare. She writes about elite performance and the mind-body connection for Triathlete Magazine, USA Triathlon, United States Professional Tennis Association, Professional Tennis Registry. She has authored two books: Shifting Gears: How Women Triathletes Balance Life with Sport and The Experience of Participating in a Triathlon.
Margaret Marshall is The Healthy Living Expert. She is an articulate communicator and easily relates to an audience because of her realistic strategies to maintain a healthy mindset and lifestyle. Margaret enjoys almost three decades in the wellness/weight loss industry. She had a seventeen- year-run as a speaker and trainer for Weight Watchers, and the last fourteen years as an international speaker, and media personality. She presents wellness programs at Amtrak, Pepsi, JDA, Amex, Metlife, Cannon USA, National Grid, Sterling Equities, Fort Hamilton USAG, Time Inc, Time Warner Music, Verizon, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan Chase, CIBC, Sterling National Bank, Bank America, KPMG, Neuberger Berman, Fordham University, Hofstra University, Molloy College, The New York College for Health Professions, IPRO, United HealthCare, St. Francis Hospital, Winthrop Hospital, The Catholic Health System, The Mets Organization, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Princess Cruises, and The NYS Library System. .Margaret is the creator of The Five-Finger Food Guide. Her first book Body, Mind, & Mouth was followed, by Healthy Living Means Living Health in 2016, and was the #1 new release for health teaching materials on Amazon. Her articles appear on The Huffington Post, Thrive Global, Forbes.com, and in news outlets, government publications and women�s magazines nationally and internationally. Visit www.MargaretMarshallAssoc.com for further information.
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