Cyber criminals are driven to continually push and probe defenses seeking any weakness with which they can exploit to gain a foothold into an organization’s business operations. Forward thinking, decisions and risk reduction are only effective if they are based on what is known.
The theme of this year’s IT Security Day is “Managing Risk and Increasing Productivity”.
Join your colleagues and panel of presenters to learn how to better calculate risks, layer defenses and increase efficiencies within your areas.
Security Day is free and open to all interested researchers, faculty, students, staff and members of the public; attend as many sessions as your schedule allows.
Click IT Security Day 2012 to register for the event as seating is limited; registration is crucial to making sure you get a seat and be sure to check back later for future updates.
Date: Wednesday, October 17th, 2012
When: 8:50 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Where: Bijou Theater, Iowa Memorial Union
|Welcome||Warren Staal | Information Security & Policy Office||8:50-9:00|
|Where's the remote, er - iPad? Protecting control systems.||Matthew Luallen| CYBATI||9:00-9:50|
|Lessons Learned in Managing Risk||Jane Drews | Information Security & Policy Office||10:00-10:50|
|Security is Not a Four Letter Word.||Michael Davis | Savid Technologies||11:00-11:50|
|LUNCH - on your own||12:00-1:30|
|Law Enforcement Presentation||SSA Justin Kolenbrander | FBI||1:30-2:20|
|Increasing Productivity with SCCM and SCEP||Tim Wolf | Enterprise Client Management||2:30-3:20|