Michigan hosts cyber security summit in Detroit
Gov. Rick Snyder is hosting Michigan's third summit to address cyber security issues in government, business and other sectors.
The North American International Cyber Summit takes place today at the Cobo Center in Detroit.
Experts from across the country will talk about trends and best practices in cyber security.
Featured speakers include the governor, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, military leaders and private-sector experts.
Data theft and security breaches can be costly, both to businesses and the government. According to the state, the Michigan government suffers more than 500,000 computer attacks each day, including spam, web browser attacks and network intrusion.