BEC War Stories, Prevention and Remediation

  • September 28, 2023
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Anjou Restaurant 361 Township Avenue Ridgeland, MS 39157

BEC War Stories, Prevention and Remediation

September 28th 11:30am - 1:00 PM

Free for Members, $15 for non-members Join AITP Jackson here:
Join us for a great lunch at Anjou with networking with your peers. We will have a great presentation from Michael Medlin of Pileum Corporation.

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Michael Medlin
Senior Security and Business Risk Analyst
Michael brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the forefront, with a career spanning over 17 years in financial services and cybersecurity. Currently serving as a member of the Security Risk and Compliance team at Pileum, Michael has established himself as a true leader in the field.
Michael began his journey in the financial world, dedicating 14 years to a regional SEC-registered RIA firm. During this period, he wore multiple hats including Investment Advisor Representative, Chief Technology Officer and Chief Compliance Officer.
For the past two plus years, Michael has been a pivotal member of Pileum's team, where he has been instrumental in safeguarding organizations against the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats. Michael serves as vCISO (virtual Chief Information Officer) for ten clients and provides strategic guidance and technical expertise to enhance cybersecurity measures and protect sensitive information by building or maturing their risk-based security programs.
Michael is no stranger to the challenges posed by cyber threats. He has played a critical role in responding to dozens of business email compromises and multiple ransomware attacks.

AITP began as the National Machine Accountants Association back in the 1950s, and an active chapter was formed in Jackson at this time. With the advent of powerful, mainframe computers and the accompanying staffs, the name was soon changed to DPMA (Data Processing Management Association) to focus more on the processing of all types of data. However, with the proliferation of personal and mid-range computers, this name also became dated, and effective in 1997 the association members changed its name to AITP (Association of Information Technology Professionals).

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