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IMA Webinar Broadcast: Maritime cybersecurity — What the World and Supply Chain Really Needs to Know

October 26, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm EDT

Join current active and retired military officers, along with key private sector partners to discuss maritime security and its role in securing our nation’s security and the supply chain. Despite High profile cyber-attacks that have occurred in this sector, they have generated little fanfare despite what is at stake, and the billions of dollars of trade coming in and out of United States ports. Hear from the very best on this issue, and on what we can do to hopefully prevent future potentially devastating cyber-attacks.

Upon completion of this webinar, the attendee will be able to:
Understand maritime cybersecurity threat landscape.
Learn about the supply chain and how it relates to the maritime sector.
Learn about cyber security concerns from the Port Authority.
What incidents are shippers and carriers experiencing.

Paul Ferrillo, Partner Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Cyber “first responder” and crisis specialist, with regulatory Cyber experience at fed and state level; Board of Directors governance advisor and securities litigator. Adjunct Professor: Florida State University College of Law.

Admiral Paul Becker, Former Rear Admiral, USN (Ret)
Motivational keynote speaker. Board member. Author. Translates military leadership principles into corporate pillars of performance, productivity and profit. CEO of successful Service-Disabled, Veterans-Owned Small Business.

Lt. Cmdr. Tyson Meadors, U.S. Navy
Cyber Warfare Engineer at US Navy

Captain Zeita Merchant, Sector Commander, NY Sector – U.S. Coast Guard
Capt. Zeita serves as the Commander of Coast Guard operations in the greater New York Metro area, overseeing the daily operations of Sector New York’s 900+personnel, seven cutters, three small boat stations, two aids to navigation teams.

Mike Edgerton,  NY Port Authority Security Manager

Cynthia Hudson, Hudson Analytix, Inc.

Who can attend:
Open to anyone. Particularly aimed toward members of the IT community.