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This week we’re joined by James Azar: Co-Founder and Chairman of CyberHub Summit, which is hosting a summit on cybersecurity awareness in Atlanta, GA on November 8th and 9th at the Omni Hotel.
The summit is going to be a great event for all companies, regardless of industry; and it’s going to be focused on explaining issues and solutions in layman’s terms, so you don’t have to be an expert to attend.
CyberHub Summit CEO, Karin Zalcberg joins us in the studio to discuss the following:
What to do if you think you've been cyber attacked
Exploring the Latest Cyber Trends, Challenges and Solutions at the CyberHub Summit, November 8-9th!
CyberHub Summit will serve as the first international Cyber Security conference in Atlanta. The conference, sponsored by BHNV Capital, is intended to address and help the audience understand international cyber threats. In order to determine solutions, the global cyber security community must come together and address challenges.
CyberHub Summit Welcomes Shark Tank's Robert Herjavec to Cybersecurity Summit November 8-9, 2017, Atlanta, GA
ATLANTA, Sept. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- "CyberHub Summit is an essential conference for C-suite level executives to attend," says Karin Zalcberg, Israeli-born US-based Cybersecurity executive and CEO of CyberHub Summit.
By KATHLEEN STURGEON
With the rise in cyber threats over the past few years, Cyberhub CEO Karin Zalcberg saw a void and began a program to educate and protect the public.
That was when she was at her previous job where she led an aggressive sales team in financial services and worked with a diverse clientele of companies, including online gaming, biomedical, insurance and education.
ATLANTA, Oct. 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- "The Equifax story is only just unfolding," says Cyberhub Inc. founder and cybersecurity expert James Azar. "What we know right now, is that leadership underestimated the cyber-breach, and that the Board of Directors did not understand the depth and breadth of the threat."