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New York Times Critics' Pick Documentary

Zero Days Trailer ZERO DAYS
6:30 pm, Wed, May 3, 2017  
Memorial Hall Ballroom
1225 Elm Street,
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Alex Gibney's ZERO DAYS is an edge-of-your-seat, real-world thriller that starts with the Stuxnet virus that destroyed Iran's nuclear capability and moves on to explore scenarios that are now reality.

This documentary is a must-see — a timely, relevant, and at times frightening depiction of dangerous geopolitical dysfunction.

After the film, cybersecurity experts will share updates on recent developments as well as insight on what the future holds.

»»   The buzz about ZERO DAYS

Including offensive and defensive capabilities that are often deniable and generally invisible until discovered, cyberwar is the new frontier of modern warfare, often described as "World War 3.0." Governments may not talk much about it but are deeply, competitively, immersed.

Launched by nation states, terrorist groups and criminal hackers, cyberwar transcends national boundaries and takes many forms:
●   virulent worms and viruses that can take out a power grid, water supply, transportation system or defense network;
●   hacking and theft of critical information from governments, institutions, businesses and individuals;
●   disinformation disrupting socio-political equilibrium;
●   ransomware holding organizations hostage and malware infecting everything from personal computers to a complex military networks.

Click here for online tickets●   Tickets are $10 advance, $12 door, available
    online and by phone, (859) 957-FILM.
●   Limited seating in the Memorial Hall Ballroom – approximately 120 seats – advance purchase recommended.
●   Screening in the beautiful, newly renovated Memorial Hall, OTR,
    1225 Elm Street, Cincinnati 45202. Map & Parking Info

QUESTIONS?  For assistance call (859) 957 3456 or CWC.


Mike Severini Michael Severini is the Director of Information Security for Frost Brown Todd LLC, headquartered in Cincinnati, OH, where he is responsible for the implementation, maintenance, training and auditing of the firm's data security initiatives and compliance program.

Michael has 20 years of experience managing IT security functions including vulnerability assessments, penetration testing and ongoing security awareness training, as well as design and administration of IT infrastructure. Prior to joining Frost Brown Todd, Michael was the IT Network & Security Manager at a large international law firm headquartered in Boston.

Michael's proffessional credentials include ISC2 Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and ISACA Certified Information Security Manager (CISM).

Vince Scott Vincent Scott graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1989 with a BS in Computer Science and earned his MS in Management Information Systems from the University of Maryland. In the U.S. Navy, Commander Scott had a diverse 21-year career in military operations, cyber warfare and intelligence operations.

He has served in Navy and joint military operations with national and international assignments, where he was attached to US Special Operations Command and US Central Command stateside, and served as Intel Collection Manager for the Middle East post 9/11 and most recently managed crisis management as Deputy Chief of Intel Collection for Europe, based in Stuttgart.

Since leaving the Navy, Vince moved into the Cybersecurity arena leading teams at Oklahoma State University, and then Procter and Gamble where he led the Cyber Security Intelligence and Incident Response practice. Currently he is a Cyber Security consultant for Price Waterhouse Coopers in Cincinnati.

Vince is a US Navy certified expert in Information Warfare and Cryptology, a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a DoD/CNSS certified Information Systems Security Professional (ISSP), Incident Handler Engineer (IHE), and certified Senior Systems Manager (SSM). In addition, he is a graduate of the Air Command and Staff College for joint planning, and the Joint Forces Staff College senior officer program for strategic and operational planning.

Vince previously served as a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Law and Cyber Warfare and is currently the president of the Cincinnati Chapter of the US Naval Academy Alumni association.

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