On 2 November, I gave a talk, “Unintended Consequences” at Gnomedex. I spoke to the need to recognize that “always-on” isn’t necessarily always good. I went on to describe the train-wrecks which occur when technology which is created for good, is used in a manner, unintended. I then shared the stories of 36 young people who we lost in 2010 due to being overwhelmed, both online and off.
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My 2010 speaking schedule took me to all corners of the world. I traveled to Hong Kong, where I was honored to be an industry plenary speaker at the Interpol/Hong Kong Customs Intellectual Property Crime conference, also visited Canada, Toronto specifically, where I spoke at the Ontario government’s town hall, and not far from home, I was pleased to be asked to ...Tags: Arkansas, Canada, Cisco, CSI, Global Threat, Hong Kong, Identity, Intellectual Property, Interpol, IT, Mons, NATO, Ontario, security, SMCSEA, social media, Speaker, TorontoPresentations
Miles and miles proved to be the mantra of 2009, as I traveled to all corners of the world again, speaking to industry and government on a wide variety of topics. The book, Secrets Stolen, Fortunes Lost proved to be a prognostication piece, as world events showed the threat vectors highlighted in the book, all ...Tags: christopher burgess, Corportae Espionage, Delaware, Industrial Espionage, Intellectual Property, IP, IP Theft, Rotman, security, Security Strategy, social media, TelusPresentations
In 2008, the publication of Secrets Stolen, Fortunes Lost, proved to be the entree to a great many speaking engagements. Once again, I was invited to NATO’s information assurance conference, and to the AFIO annual intelligence symposium. All in all 2008, saw a diverse and exiciting schedule of events, all of which served to continue ...Tags: AFIO, ASIS, Burton Group, CASP, Crime, FIRST, HTCIA, Information Technology, Infosec, Intellectual Property, ISACA, ISSA, IT Risk, NATO, Risk Management, Secrets Stolen Fortunes Lost, security, Security Awareness, Security Education, Social Engineering, ThreatPresentations
In 2007 I learned much about the concept of “Thought Leadership” and was pleased to have been invited by both public and private entities to speak to their organizations and personnel. Visting Purdue University, Massachusetts for the E-Government Summit, and NATO for their Information Assurance conference, and supporting the HTCIA, ASIS, WRG and AGMA and getting to meet their constituents. I ...Tags: ACT, AGMA, ASIS, CASP, christopher burgess, Crime, HTCIA, Information Technology, Infosec, Intellectual Property, ISACA, ISSA, IT Risk, Massachusetts, NATO, Purdue University, Risk Management, security, Security Awareness, Security Education, Social Engineering, Threat, World Research Group, WRGPresentations
The year 2006 was an interesting one, with my public speaking engagements limited, as I transitioned from a government executive to a corporate executive. I largely focused my presentations on the various aspects of industrial and corporate espionage, and finished the book, Secrets Stolen, Fortunes Lost. Speaking at the Anti Phishing Working Group on the ...Tags: APWG, christopher burgess, cyber secruity, Intellectual Property, Napa, Orlando, Phish, SC Magazine, Security Thought Leadership, Social Engineering, united states, USSSPresentations