Join the McDevitt Center at Le Moyne College for a series of master classes and panel discussions on topics of critical importance to cybersecurity professionals and academics. Each of the classes will be led by experts in their fields, and will culminate with a panel discussion in which participants will be able to interact with these experts and each other. All events are free and will be held on the Le Moyne College campus. Advance registration is requested.


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Series II:
Fraud, Privacy and Bringing Your Own Device

Save the Date:
Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Questions, conversations and concerns around privacy and fraud are no longer reserved for security and technology professionals. Decision makers also need to understand the impact security challenges have on privacy and fraud policy within their organization. These challenges are on the forefront of many and warrant productive dialog on how we better address the issues of privacy, security, and fraud in an environment where technology is a constant in daily life. Learn from leading industry experts in the second of our three series on CNY Cybersecurity Connections sponsored by the McDevitt Center for Creativity and Innovation. Don’t miss this opportunity to stay in the conversation about these very critical issues.

 

 

Series III:
Advanced Persistent Threats, Cloud, and Mobile

Save the Date:
Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Malicious actors continue to raise their skill levels that result in attacks taking place over long periods of time. Recent security events demonstrate the willingness of these actors to take their time in finding and exploiting vulnerabilities. Join us for the final in our series on CNY Cybersecurity Connections. Learn more about Advanced Persistent Threats, get your questions answered about security in the cloud and the impact mobile devices will have on your security infrastructure. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn from global security experts about the challenges, strategies, and how to think ahead to new threats to protect your organizations information.

 

Look Back at Series I: Risk Management (October 2014)

The Reality of Risk: Current State and Mitigation Strategies
Lecturer: Marc Rogers, Ph.D.
Purdue University

The Advantages of a Human-Threat Based Risk Management Strategy
Lecturer: Tim Casey, CISSP, IAM
Intel Security Group

Panel Discussion
Facilitated by:  Marc Rogers, Purdue
Panelists:

  • Rebecca Bace, University of South Alabama
  • Tim Casey,  Intel
  • Jean Pawluk,  ISSA
  • Jeff West, Anaren Microwave

Meet the Series I Speakers