Coming this May: Welcome Back Michael Bazzell!

UPDATE: This event has been postponed due to COVID-19. We will update this post once it is rescheduled.

Back by popular demand! We are thrilled to again host cyber-crime expert Michael Bazzell, one of our most sought-after speakers from the 2019 SDA Annual Conference. Please join us from 10 am to 2 pm on May 12 at Summit Conference Center in Aurora. Mr. Bazzell’s presentation at the conference last year was eye-opening and received by attendees as mission-critical for board members and managers.

This session will focus on fraud trends, computer intrusion, and ways criminals steal data. Mr. Bazzell will cover details of how hackers commit their crimes and what everyone must do to protect themselves. You will learn how password hacking, email phishing, telephone attacks, social engineering, and online devices are an emerging threat against every organization. Do not be the low-hanging fruit hackers are looking for.

Live examples of ‘hacking’ will surprise the audience, and detailed solutions will be displayed. Modifying a handful of habits will help protect you from the next attack. You will also learn to apply defensive behavior to technology. You will see how most hackers can access accounts with only one attempt. More importantly, you will learn how to stop the intrusion. Boards and management have the fiduciary responsibility to protect the personally identifiable information at your district.

This presentation is brought to you by the Colorado Special Districts Property and Liability Pool. Current Pool members are able to attend training for a discounted price of $50 per person. Other members of the public can attend for the full price of $250. Lunch will be provided for all. You can sign up now by going to (dates subject to change due to COVID-19).

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