A TALK Briefing | November 4, 2020
Your TALK COVID-19 Update

Nov. 5th at 1 PM ET: TALK’s Virtual & Free Event–“Tips: Closing the Cybersecurity Gap at Work & Home

Date: Nov. 5, 2020
Time: 1 PM ET
Cost: FREE
Online: On Zoom
Register: Via Eventbrite
Speakers: Da-Wyone Haynes, part of Aegon TransAmerica’s Cybersecurity Team & Jay Rollins, Founder of Cloud Nexus

The Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky presents “Tips: Closing the Cybersecurity Gap at Work & Home.” TALK Leaders and Cybersecurity Experts Da-Wyone Haynes with Aegon TransAmerica and Jay Rollins, Founder of Cloudnexus.
Topics to be covered include:
–Endpoint security
–Cloud solutions
–Two-Factor Authentication
–XDR 2.0
–Policy Planning
–Home security tools that work
Da-Wyone Haynes serves on the cybersecurity team at Aegon Global Technology Services as a Product Owner Custom Data Solution for Data Analytics and Monitoring. Jay Rollins is a former CTO and now serves as founder of Cloudnexus, a cybersecurity managed services provider.

Da-Wyone Haynes, Aegon Global Technology Services, Product Owner Custom Data Solution for Data Analytics and Monitoring
Jay Rollins, Founder of Cloud Nexus Technologies
Entrepreneurship Spotlight
Venture Summit Virtual Connect 3.0 taking place online, on November 17th – 19!!!

Young StartupVentures is hosting its next Venture Summit online. Nominate a company to present and meet with potential investors. Rates now start at $249.95 for entrepreneurs. Free access for a limited number of startups.

Use code TALKVIP and visit the unique event site link: https://bit.ly/323YPXI . This entitles you to 20% off. The event is 100% virtual.

Visit https://youngstartup.com/vsvc3/ for more information. Email or call Gil for more information at 212.202.1002
Virtual & Free TALK & TechGirlz Events Continue for Middle Schoolers--All Online From Your Home
Nov. 19-20, 4 PM ET

Dec. 17, 4 PM ET
A TALK Free & Virtual Event: Nov. 17 at 1 PM
DATE: Nov. 17, 2020
Time: 1 PM ET
Register: On Eventbrite
For: All Interested Tech & Business Professionals
Speaker: Daniel Stewart, Cisco Senior Justice Advisor presents Cisco’s Connected Justice Solution
Sponsor: Cisco

The primary objective of Justice and Corrections organizations is to keep citizens, communities, and public spaces safe. Additionally, organizational needs demand faster response, improved operational efficiency, and reduced costs. By leveraging technology in new ways Social and Justice agencies can better adapt to the changing landscape due to the pandemic.

While caseloads and inmate populations are growing, expectations are rising. Demands are increasing for critical communications across a growing spectrum of voice, data, and video. Judges, attorneys, inmates, case workers, and mental health professionals must adapt to new ways of accomplishing their missions both during and after the pandemic.
Cisco Systems brings solutions to address these needs with flexibility to adapt to an ever-changing landscape of living in a new era.

Our Key Presenter: Daniel Stewart, Cisco Senior Justice Advisor presents Cisco’s Connected Justice Solution

As an advocate for Connected Justice Solutions at Cisco, Daniel Stewart is dedicated to helping the Criminal Justice community improve the use of technology with clear returns on investments and increased safety and security.

Prior to joining Cisco, Stewart’s efforts as Chairman and Commissioner of the New York State Commission of Correction led to one of the widest growing video integration projects in the country. By year-end 2011, over 50% of New York State’s County Jails were operating on video platform technology enhancements for inmate services.
Stewart led the regulatory oversight agency of the New York State Correction System including state prison facilities, county jail facilities, New York City Department of Correction (Riker’s Island), secure juvenile facilities and police department lockups. Stewart served three terms as Mayor to the City of Plattsburgh, New York, where he helped achieve the national ranking of #1 Small City in the United States by Site Selection Magazine for small city development opportunities. He was a team member in the re-use of the former Plattsburgh Air Force Base upon its closure, widely recognized as the best re-use example of a military facility asset in the United States.
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On Nov. 17th, join our TALK Executive Director Dawn Yankeelov virtually for a national cyber event of The Maryland Innovation and Security Institute (MISI) inspired by Dreamport called Hack the Building. She will be involved in the 11 AM panel regarding recommendations from cyber workgroups and the US Cyberspace Solarium Commission. Register today!  Registration is Free!