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Demystifying the Dark Web: Threats, Data Security, and What Every Higher Ed Institution Needs to Know
The dark web can be a mysterious, scary place. In this session, Edge's vCISO will share information that every education decision maker should know about the dark web as they plan for cyber defense and risk management.

Existing in a segment of the internet invisible to standard search engines and web browsers, the dark web provides a space where bad actors are able to communicate, buy and sell cybersecurity attack tools, share strategies, and expose sensitive personal information that may already be exfiltrated from your network.

Key learning objectives from this session include:

•An understanding of what the dark web is and how hackers use it to plan attacks and share data
•Learn how hackers exfiltrate your data to the dark web
•Learn how you can gain visibility into your network traffic and activity on the dark web to protect your institution

May 5, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dawn Dunkerley
Edge, Cybersecurity Expert, Former U.S. Army Materiel Command Cyber Division Chief @Edge
Dr. Dawn Dunkerley is focused on improving the wiring of organizations to achieve critical business objectives and balance cyber risks while optimizing investments. Her research interests include cyberwarfare, cyber operations, cybersecurity, and the success and measurement of organizational cyber-focused initiatives. Dr. Dunkerley has published extensively in the field, both in academic and trade publications, is a noted speaker on cyber topics, and serves as a Subject Mauer Expert and Exam Developer for the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2) for a number of industry-leading certification exams.