Events

Upcoming Events

 
Texas Public Safety Conference Logo
Mar 31 - Apr 3, 2019
Galveston Island Convention Center Galveston, TX

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Texas Public Safety Conference

SecuLore is proud to be a Yellow Rose Sponsor and Vendor! 
Visit us in the vendor hall to learn about our solutions and see a demo of Paladin.

Booth #: 122
Vendor Hall Hours: 
     Monday, April 1st: 10:00AM - 3:00PM
     Tuesday, April 2nd: 9:00AM - 12:00PM

 
Colorado APCO NENA
Apr 4-5, 2019
Denver Marriott Westminster Westminster, CO

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Colorado NENA/APCO State Conference

President & CEO Tim Lorello Speaking: 
Thursday April 5th, 2:10PM – 3:00PM in Church Ranch A
How Hackers Infiltrate our PS Infrastructure:

Cyber attacks have become big news, and our public safety infrastructure is feeling the effects. In moving from E9-1-1 to NG9-1-1, cybersecurity is a top concern. However, Criminals, Hacktivists, and Terrorists are already targeting local governments and Public Safety. In the last 24 months, SecuLore Solutions has recorded over 300 publicly reported cyber-attacks to local governments and public safety. Attend this session to learn the details of these past attacks. Dive into how hackers have infiltrated E9-1-1 systems, and how we can prepare now to make NG9-1-1 more secure.

 
2019 NHEDA Conference
Apr 7-10, 2019
Mountain View Grand Resort
Whitefield, NH

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NHEDA 2019 Training Conference

President & CEO Tim Lorello Speaking: 
Tuesday April 9th, 9:45AM - 10:45AM in Roosevelt

How Hackers Can Disrupt Our Public Safety Response:

In the past 24 months, SecuLore Solutions has recorded over 300 publicly reported cyber-attacks to local governments and public safety departments, and this number continues to grow every month. We’ve seen cyber criminals use a variety of attacks, including: Ransomware, Cryptojacking, Advanced Persistent Threats, DDoS/TDoS and others. Criminals and state actors use these techniques for targeted attacks against our public safety infrastructure. Attend this session to learn how to address these attacks head-on by learning from past attacks and applying proven techniques that keep our systems safer and harder to compromise.

 
Ohio APCO NENA 2019
Apr 14-17, 2019
Kalahari Resort
Sandusky, OH

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Ohio APCO/NENA Joint Conference

President & CEO Tim Lorello Speaking: 
Monday April 15th, 9:30AM - 10:30AM

How Hackers Infiltrate Our Public Safety Infrastructure:

Cyber attacks have become big news, and our public safety infrastructure is feeling the effects. In moving from E9-1-1 to NG9-1-1, cybersecurity is a top concern. However, Criminals, Hacktivists, and Terrorists are already targeting local governments and Public Safety. In the last 24 months, SecuLore Solutions has recorded over 300 publicly reported cyber-attacks to local governments and public safety. Attend this session to learn the details of these past attacks. Dive into how hackers have infiltrated E9-1-1 systems, and how we can prepare now to make NG9-1-1 more secure.

 
Florida APCO
Apr 29 - May 3, 2019
Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort
Daytona Beach, FL

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Florida APCO Training Conference

CTO Sean Scott Speaking:
Wednesday May 1st, 1:30PM - 2:30PM

How Hackers Infiltrate Our Public Safety Infrastructure:

Cyber attacks have become big news, and our public safety infrastructure is feeling the effects. In moving from E9-1-1 to NG9-1-1, cybersecurity is a top concern. However, Criminals, Hacktivists, and Terrorists are already targeting local governments and Public Safety. In the last 24 months, SecuLore Solutions has recorded over 300 publicly reported cyber-attacks to local governments and public safety. Attend this session to learn the details of these past attacks. Dive into how hackers have infiltrated E9-1-1 systems, and how we can prepare now to make NG9-1-1 more secure.

Thursday May 2nd, 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Cybersecurity Awareness for Public Safety:

Everyone uses a computer, so everyone needs cybersecurity training. As the industry moves to NG9-1-1 and mobile broadband, cybersecurity becomes even more vital to the day-to-day operations of our PSAPs and communication centers. When a cyberattack is launched, reaction time is critical to recovery. Do you know the warning signs and best actions to take if your computer is impacted? This session will expand your knowledge about the evolving cyber threats facing our nation's PSAPs and how, as individuals, we can all help reduce the threat by improving our daily routines related to cyber behavior.