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Cyber Threats – 2020 Recap/2021 Outlook

Join Peter Elliot, Global Information Security Officer and Andrew McAllister, Sr. Manager of Cyber
Security Solutions & Architecture of Magna International, Inc., as they present a 2020 year in review / 2021 forecast of the ever-changing cyber threat landscape. Drawing from the 2020 Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR) and other security industry sources, Peter and Andrew will help break down the numbers to identify new and emerging attack trends. Knowing and anticipating threat actor tactics is key to protection the automotive supply chain. Wrap up this exciting day with closing remarks from Fred Killeen, Chief Information Security Officer at General Motors.

Find out more about Peter Elliot at http://bit.ly/BIOPETERELLIOT
Find out more about Andrew McAllister at http://bit.ly/BIOANDREWMCALLISTER
Find out more about Fred Killeen at http://bit.ly/BIOFREDKILLEEN
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