With the dawn of the digital age, cybersecurity has become ultra- important. Cases like Equifax and Target losing access to their customers’ private, personal data has business owners and IT managers scrambling to protect their companyʼs data.
The University of Toledo Launchpad Incubation program will host an event to tackle this topic Thursday, March 21, at 11:30 a.m. in Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex Room 2075.
• David Cutri, executive director of internal audit and chief compliance officer for The University of Toledo, and vice president of the northwest Ohio chapter of ISACA (formerly known as the Information Systems Audit and Control Association), a worldwide group of IT governance professionals;
• Dr. Jared Oluoch, assistant professor and program director of computer science and engineering technology in the University’s College of Engineering; and
• Brian Schrock, information security officer at First Federal Bank, will serve on
This program is part of Launchpad Incubationʼs Launch Hour series, a panel series where local experts share their business and specific experience to help business owners around the region. The panel will be moderated by Adam Salon, partner at JumpStart Inc.
The LaunchPad Incubation Program at The University of Toledo is northwest Ohio’s premier business startup and entrepreneurial assistance program for innovative and high-tech companies. Housed at a renowned public research university, LaunchPad Incubation is a pioneer for business development in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan.
Register for the free event on the Launchpad Incubation website.
For more information, call the Launchpad Incubation program at 419.530.3520.