What: Will ransomware hold your business and personal info hostage?
We invite you to the Breakfast Speaker Series hosted by the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA-GA), Georgia Chapter at The Georgian Club.
Open to NDIA members and non-members. Limited Seating. B2B Networking Environment
Are you about to let ransomware hold your business hostage or steal your personal information? If you can’t confidently answer NO immediately this is seminar is for you!
Bio on Speaker:
Hussein Mereby, Executive Director of Booz Allen Hamilton is an accomplished technology leader and award-winning information security expert and director with diverse experience leveraging professional service offerings to design security solutions meeting the complex business and operational needs of the Global Fortune 500.
Before Hussein Mereby speaks there will be a short 15 minute presentation given about the Emory Healthcare Veterans Program by:
SHEILA A. M. RAUCH, Ph.D, Associate Director of Development, Brain Health and Emory Medicine Emory School of Medicine | Woodruff Health Sciences Center
Emory Healthcare Veterans Program Overview:
The Emory Healthcare Veterans Program is a comprehensive care and treatment program for post-9/11 veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and other service-related conditions. The program ensures that wounded veterans will not be denied access to state-of-the-art, patient-centered care due to their geographic location or inability to pay. Treatment programs integrate behavioral health care, psychiatry, neurology, rehabilitative medicine, wellness, nutrition, mindfulness training, and family support to help heal the invisible wounds of war at no out of pocket cost to veterans.
Wednesday, June 21st at 8:00-9:30am
Registration and early networking 7:30-8am
Plan for Atlanta Traffic. Get out early.
The Georgian Club.
100 Galleria Parkway,
Atlanta, GA 30339
NDIA Members: $15 Pre-Registration. $20 at the door.
Non-Members: $20 Pre Registration. $25 at the door.
Open to the first 125 registrants