Registration Open for FBI Cyber Security Symposium
FBI Jacksonville to Host First Cyber Security Event at Florida State University
The FBI Jacksonville Division’s Cyber Task Force has partnered with Infragard-Tallahassee and the Florida Technology Council to host a Cyber Security Symposium at Florida State University in September. Special agents from the FBI Jacksonville Cyber Squad will provide the latest guidance on cyber-related criminal activities including business email compromise, cryptocurrency, skimmers, identity theft, law enforcement cyber careers and more.
This free event is open to all government officials, law enforcement, and business and academic professionals, as well as all students from Florida State University (FSU), Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) and Tallahassee Community College (TCC). Registration is required.
- Event: FBI Jacksonville Cyber Security Symposium Hosted by FBI Jacksonville, Infragard-Tallahassee, Florida Technology Council, and Florida State University College of Communication and Information
- Date / Time: Wednesday, September 4, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Location: Florida State University, Turnbull Conference Center 555 West Pensacola Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32306
- To learn more and register, visit https://cci.fsu.edu/cybersecurity-symposium/
About the FBI Jacksonville Cyber Squad:
FBI Jacksonville’s Cyber Squad is composed of specifically-trained agents, analysts, and task force officers who conduct a wide-range of cyber investigations to identify, pursue, and defeat criminals who seek to exploit our nation’s computer systems. To conduct these investigations, FBI Jacksonville works extensively with numerous Florida-based organizations including Cleared Defense Contractors (CDCs), financial institutions, technology firms, retail companies, academic institutions, and government entities. FBI Jacksonville has served as the lead investigative office on multiple high-profile national security-related investigations involving international cyber actors. FBI Jacksonville also investigates financially-motivated cyber-crimes which are prevalent in today’s threat landscape, including business email compromise (BEC), ransomware, and cyber-enabled credit card fraud.