[unisog] UF Information Technology Security Awarenss Day
kathya at cns.ufl.edu
Thu Oct 6 18:41:39 GMT 2005
*Distinguished Security Experts Speak at UF*
Seventh IT Security Awareness Day Held in UF Reitz Auditorium
The seventh UF Information Technology Security Awareness Day (ITSA Day) will be
held Wednesday, October 12, in the UF Rietz Union Auditorium. The all-day
event is sponsored by the office of the Vice Provost for Information Technology
and will be hosted by the UF IT Security Team. ITSA Day is free and open
to the public. No advanced registration is required. This event is streamed
for live viewing and recorded for later viewing. See the URL below for
Security experts from the FBI, SANS, Microsoft, Cisco and others will present
popular security issues such as attack trends and identity theft. Among other
topics, SANS Chief Research Officer Johannes Ullrich will discuss the popular
Zotob worm and Cisco CISSP Security Expert Domenic Seibold will cover IT
security best practices and the risks associated with non-compliant machines.
Vendors will be available to answer your questions in the Gallery outside the
"Since ITSA Day started in 1998, UF IT workers have greatly improved security of
campus IT resources" said Kathy Bergsma, UF ISM. "We are pleased to offer
ITSA again this year to help continue the positive trend."
Traditionally, ITSA Day is focused toward IT workers. This year ITSA Day will
also provide content for UF students, faculty and staff such as ways to protect
against identity theft. Bringing IT security awareness to UF and the community
is a primary goal of the UF IT Security Team.
Event: ITSA Day
Location: Reitz Union Auditorium, 2nd Floor
Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2005
URL: http://www.itsa.ufl.edu , includes links to live streams
Objective: To educate the public on a variety of IT security issues.
UF Information Security Manager
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