Featured Speaker: Madinah Ali

Madinah S. Ali is the President & Co-Founder of SafePC Cloud- www.safepccloud.com. The company primarily focuses on data backup and recovery for midsize, enterprise, and government IT environments with an emphasis on cybersecurity. Ms. Ali formerly served as The Women in Technology (WIT) Chair/Board member for the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP) Atlanta Chapter and currently serves as the Atlanta Co-Lead for The WIT Network. In 2020, she graduated from the Women in Cloud Accelerator Program.

Safe PC Cloud is a Managed Service Provider that focuses on data backup, IT security, and cloud-based applications. The company has its Microsoft Silver status. Ms. Ali received her Master of Applied Economics degree from Cornell University. She is a Magna Cum Laude Graduate of Florida A&M University.

She is currently completing her Microsoft Certified Trainer designation as a part of the Microsoft Learning Partner Program, which is comprised of the premier technical and instructional experts in Microsoft technologies, including Azure Data Backup and Recovery. Ms. Ali is currently a member of the Cybersecurity Tech Accord – which promotes a safer online world by fostering collaboration among global technology companies that are committed to protecting customers and users against malicious threats.

Over two years ago, she created the EdTech (Education Technology) Division with the focus of bridging the digital divide among women, African Americans, and Hispanics. To learn more about Safe PC Cloud’s Ed Tech division, you can go to their website-www.safepccloud.com/education, and her recent initiative with Microsoft Reskilling and upskilling initiative. Over the past two years, Ms. Ali has received awards for her community efforts in bridging the digital divide in 2019, she received the Susan L. Taylor Distinguished Community Partner for the University of Parents Program. In 2020, she received the Pathways to Success STEAM Sponsor by the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Oakland Bay Area Chapter.

Abstract: Why Email Security and Cybersecurity Training must be at the forefront of our new normal?

80% of the most common engineering attack is Phishing, Why Email Security and Cybersecurity Training must be at the forefront of our new normal? What is our new normal?

The new normal that a large majority of employees are working from home (WFH) and will continue to work from Home (WFH), post COVID. In this workshop we will discuss the growing vulnerabilities that companies face in our new normal, and why email security and cybersecurity training have to be at the forefront in order to avoid the most come cyberattack, phishing.

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