Global Cyber-Security Threats Facing The U.S.
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
About The Event
Large scale and possibly devastating cyber attacks against the US have been a significant and growing concern for years. But many Americans, and even many US politicians and government officials, do not grasp the full and complex nature of these risks and our vulnerabilities.
During his long and innovative career, Paul Williams has advised numerous U.S. government agencies and major corporations regarding cyber risks, economic espionage, insider threats, and the evolving roles of artificial intelligence.
Williams will address a wide variety of issues, including:
Just how vulnerable is the United States as a nation?
How serious is the nation-state cyberwar threat to the U.S.?
How did things become so bad?
What are the cyberwar capabilities of North Korea, Iran, China, and Russia respectively?
What could realistically happen to the U.S. if an all-out cyber war erupted with each of these nations individually?
What is the U.S. Government doing to better protect the nation from the danger of an all-out cyber war?
About The Speaker
Paul Williams is the Chief Technology Officer of Houston-based Clarity Consulting Corporation. Paul has 44 years of breakthrough innovation in cybersecurity, cryptography, artificial intelligence, high-speed databases, software quality test engineering, electronics, communications, mechanical engineering, weapons development, and defense-related technologies.
Paul has extensive experience in conducting enterprise insider threat and economic espionage investigations, risk assessments, and remediation consulting services for large commercial and government organizations. Paul is also an expert in rapidly solving complex network cyber intrusions through innovative techniques.
Paul is a national and international public speaker with over 270 speaking engagements over the past 18 years for prestigious organizations such as ACP, ASIS, IIA, ISACA, ISSA, the United States Secret Service, U.S. Department of Justice, and FBI InfraGard.
As a result of Paul’s career-long efforts against computer malware, he has collected a wide assortment of hacking tools, viruses, worms, and Trojan Horses. He maintains a collection of 25,000 major computer viruses and 2,000 Trojan Horses for research purposes to this day.