UF Information Technology Security Awareness Day
kathya at nersp.nerdc.ufl.edu
Thu Aug 30 18:54:11 GMT 2001
The University of Florida Office of Information Technology is sponsoring
Information Technology Security Awareness (ITSA) Day at 8:00 a.m. on
Wednesday, September 26, 2000 in the J. Wayne Reitz Union Auditorium.
The daylong program features national speakers who share a variety of
practical guidelines that can help network administrators improve the
security of the information resources that they manage. Vendors are
available in the Gallery outside the auditorium with information about
their security products. New this year is "ITSA Hack"
(http://www.itsa.ufl.edu/itsa-hack.htm), a hacking contest where you can
try your skills against the vendors on our isolated network. For more
information, please visit the ITSA web site at http://www.itsa.ufl.edu/.
The day prior to ITSA, Tuesday, Sept. 25 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., UF Web
Administration will present "Developing Web Sites for Diverse Audiences"
in Room 282 of the Reitz Union. This will include topics such as Web
accessibility, cross-cultural Web design and Web development for mobile
devices. Follow the Training link from http://www.webadmin.ufl.edu/ for
ITSA day speakers will address critical issues surrounding the
protection of your systems and data.
The web development event will address important campus standards.
Everyone is welcome and will benefit from attending ITSA Day, but it is
targeted at network administrators and other IT managers. No advanced
registration is required. Attendees from industry, education and law
enforcement enjoy ITSA Day, while the web event is targeted mostly at UF
For more reasons to attend ITSA Day, view the Flash movie at
UF Network Security Coordinator
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