Working to Safeguard Cincinnati's Critical Infrastructure

InfraGard Cincinnati: Working to Safeguard Cincinnati’s Critical Infrastructure

Mar
8
Thu
ICMA General Meeting: Blockchain & Cryptocurrency @ Scarlet Oaks (Entrance 3, Room 200)
Mar 8 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The InfraGard Cincinnati Member Alliance is excited to bring not one but two of today’s hottest topics.  Blockchain and Cryptocurrency are dominating headlines, but what do they mean to you personally and professionally?  This informative session will build your understanding of the security and technology topics surrounding them.  The presentation includes an introduction for newcomers as well as the latest trends for those more advanced on the subjects.  Security topics will cover concerns which are applicable to individuals and organizations.  Real-world examples of actual cases which recently unfolded will be shared including what you can do to protect yourself.

About the speaker

Michael Hiles is a business executive with experience at multiple startups and early-stage companies.  He is a technology solutions architect with a background business operations, finance, and marketing.

Last year Michael started planning 10XTS, a blockchain development company.  10XTS combines advanced enterprise architecture, software development, data science, and artificial intelligence with product management, capital, and marketing – to launch new business models, platforms, and products.  Find out more at www.10xts.com

Michael frequently speaks at blockchain and digital marketing conferences and events.  He consults with early and growth-stage companies to help ownership teams define target markets, package their value proposition, and develop accelerated market development strategies.

Apr
26
Thu
InfraGard Midwest Security Symposium @ The Landings
Apr 26 – Apr 27 all-day

 

The Infragard Cincinnati Members Alliance is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization serving critical infrastructure organizations in Greater Cincinnati.

InfraGard is dedicated to protecting the United States. To maintain trust within the membership, all applicants undergo a background check by the FBI (for this reason InfraGard membership is currently limited to United States citizens). Applications are screened according to criteria defined by the local FBI field office.

With InfraGard membership comes great responsibility. We value active members, willing to devote time, effort and talent to build this organization and protect the American people. You will be a representative of the nation’s largest volunteer organization dedicated to protecting critical infrastructure.