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Protecting Your Data: Cyber and Data Security to be Explored in Convention General Session

John Sileo, keynote speaker for the 128th IARW-WFLO Convention, had his identity stolen and lost his two-million-dollar software company to cybercrime. In the years that followed this loss, he became an expert in cybersecurity. While third-party logistics may not seem the most obvious target to large-scale security threats, the industry is turning towards big data as tracking and traceability becomes a norm throughout warehousing and transportation. When handling large quantities of data, as well as millions of dollars’ worth of food shipments, the potential ramifications of a data breach can be crippling. Convention attendees will want to join this session to learn how to forge a high-level, non-technical path through the often-confusing web of human decision making, cyber defense, mobile tracking and traceability, IoT, social media and cloud computing—critical components of your success. This highly-interactive presentation builds on John’s experience losing everything to cybercrime, continues with a live hacking demo of an audience member’s smartphone and ends with an actionable Roadmap of Next Steps.

To learn more about John Sileo, click here. This year’s conference is shaping up to be a record-breaking event. There is still time to register for Convention and enjoy the beautiful Tamaya Resort & Spa. Learn more and register.

March 05, 2019


Convention Keynote
Security Threats
IoT Technology

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