Startups are encouraged to “move fast and break things.” How do you factor security into your startup when your primary goal is iterating fast and getting to market? In what ways is it important for startups to pay attention to security? Join us for our expert panel of startup founders and cyber-security experts as we discuss this relevant issue.
*** Panel ***
* Eric Typaldos is the CTO and Co-Founder of Hive. Hive brings together your team’s actions, messages and files onto one powerful dashboard. Hive is the confluence for all of your tools; integrate Slack, G-suite, Dropbox and more so your team never wastes time on an ad-hoc process again. Give it a try at https://hive.com
Previously, Eric worked in enterprise technology with a focus on collaborative tools in Government, Education and Healthcare at both Oracle and the Office of Management & Budget with the Federal Gov’t.
*Steven Schwartz* is Technology and Digital Innovation Evangelist, dedicated to protecting the assets and liabilities of commercial organizations and individuals, fostering effective and secure business development for companies around the world.
Steven is the Chief Operating Officer of Cybersecurity “InsureTech” firm, CyberFense, Founder & President of Global Cyber Consultants, on the Founding Advisory Board for The International Personal Data Trade Association and Personal Data Week™and the insurance advisor to one of the leading blockchain consortiums in the United States. http://www.globalcyberconsultants.com/
*Mario DiNatale* is described by the FBI as the top cyber security resource in the north east and is currently the CIO of Spectrum Virtual.https://www.spectrumvirtual.com/
Tom Goldenberg, the host, is CTO and Co-Founder of Commandiv, an investment tool that streamlines robo-advising and self-directed trading. https://www.commandiv.com
*** Schedule ***
6:00 PM – sign in at WorkBench (our host). 30 minutes to grab drinks and mingle
6:30 PM – panel starts
7:30 PM – 30 minutes at the end to discuss and mingle some more
*** Notes ***
We will be asking a $5 suggested donation to cover venue expenses (non-mandatory). You can pay using the “Chip In” button to the left of the meetup page. Your support goes a long way!
Also, a big thank you to WorkBench for hosting this event. WorkBench is an enterprise-focused venture fund. https://www.work-bench.com/