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Cybersecurity Experts Panel
Join Michael Menne, Minnesota State Mankato's Chief Information Security Officer, and guest panelists for an engaging discussion on relevant topics like social media safety, identity theft, the importance of tools like multi-factor authentication, and more! And, get an exclusive opportunity to ask questions and get live answers. Plus, attend for the chance to win a fingerprint lock with a retail value of $49.99!

*This webinar will be recorded and posted online for future viewing.

Oct 28, 2020 12:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Matthew Grandy
Senior Offensive Security Engineer @FortyNorth Security
Matthew is a Minnesota State Mankato alumnus who has extensive experience leading penetration testing and red team engagements across various industries. He is an Offensive Security Certified Expert (OSCE) as well as an Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) and contributes regularly to the open source community, as he believes very strongly in elevating the security industry as a whole. Most notably, Matthew has contributed to the C# EyeWitness project as well as created MiddleOut, a C# compression utility.
Emerson Drapac
Security Consultant @NetSPI
Emerson is a young, skilled security professional with experience in security analytics, systems engineering, and research. Emerson graduated with a degree in computer information technology from Minnesota State Mankato and currently works as a penetration tester. Professionally, Emerson is interested in open source software and secure application development. He likes to spend his free time cooking, reading, and going for runs with his dog, Bear.
Michael Menne
Chief Information Security Officer @Minnesota State University, Mankato
Michael joined IT Solutions at Minnesota State Mankato in 2009 as a Systems Manager and became the Chief Information Security Officer in early 2016. He has been working to bring a more security-conscious mindset to campus. Michael has a bachelor's degree in Management Information Systems and received his MBA at Minnesota State University, Mankato.