[unisog] Securing the eCampus 2010: July 19-21 @ Dartmouth College

Adam Goldstein adam.goldstein at dartmouth.edu
Fri May 21 14:45:05 GMT 2010


For the past three years CIOs, CISOs and other academic IT leaders have 
met in Hanover, NH to discuss how information security has become a 
significant campus-wide concern and an institution-wide responsibility. 
We are pleased to announce the 4th Annual "Securing the eCampus" 
conference and invite you to join us this year in discussing the unique 
challenges of cyber security in academia and what it takes to build a 
culture of security at your institution.

The first day of the conference will offer something new to 
participants. At no additional cost, /e/Campus will offer two training 
seminars on a first come, first served basis (the first 25 RSVPs will be 
admitted).  The two training seminars offered are:

    * /*Into the Cloud*/: A hands-on workshop exploring the pros and
      cons of hosting servers in public, private, and hybrid Clouds.
    * /*Data Driven Security*/: A different approach to determining
      security requirements.

Registration for these training seminars is included in the overall 
conference registration.

Day two will feature our traditional offering of presentations from 
leaders in the information security field. This year we will offer 
presentations on privacy, regulations and policy, security awareness, 
cybercrime, and cyberwar in addition to panels on cloud computing. Our 
presenters include:


    * Executive Director of the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA)
      Michael Kaiser <http://www.staysafeonline.org/content/ncsa-staff>;
    * Author, attorney, educational consultant, and expert witness
      Frederick Lane <http://www.fredericklane.com/>;
    * EDUCAUSE Vice President for Policy and Analysis Gregory Jackson
      <http://gjackson.us/cv/gjbio.html>;
    * Microsoft Research's Cormac Herley
      <http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/people/cormac/>;
    * Technologist, entrepreneur, and international security expert
      Matthew Devost <http://devost.net/>;
    * as well as panel discussions on cloud computing featuring leaders
      from the legal and academic communities


The third day will include break-out sessions that allow participants to 
discuss specific topic areas in smaller groups and in a more informal 
setting. Topics will range from e-discovery for higher education, 
emerging technical threats, hacker tools and the hacker curriculum, and 
more.  The conference will begin with the optional seminars on the 
afternoon of Monday, July 19th and will conclude on the afternoon of 
July 21st.

Details on the conference and registration information can be found on 
our website at: http://www.ists.dartmouth.edu/events/ecampus/ and on 
NERCOMP's (the Northeast Regional Computing Program) "Upcoming Events" page.

The registration fee for the conference is $125 and includes breakfast, 
lunch, snacks and a networking event on July 20th, breakfast, lunch and 
snacks on July 21st, and attendance at one of the optional seminars on 
July 19th (first come, first served).

We have set aside a block of rooms for the conference at the Courtyard 
by Marriott - Hanover/Lebanon.   The guaranteed room rate is $159 for a 
single/king or double/2 queens.  To get the group rate call 603.643.5600 
and ask for the "DC, eCampus" block.  You can also register online at 
www.marriott.com/LEBCY <http://www.marriott.com/LEBCY> and enter 
"*DCBDCBA*" for the group code for a single/king room, or "DCBDCBB" for 
a double/2 queens room.  Please make your reservations as soon as 
possible.  The cutoff date for the room block is June 19th.  Full hotel 
contact information is:

Courtyard by Marriott - Hanover/Lebanon
10 Morgan Drive Lebanon, NH 03766
Phone: 603.643.5600
FAX: 603.643.1578
http://www.marriott.com/LEBCY

Other hotel options are available on our website.

This workshop is co-hosted by the Institute for Security, Technology, 
and Society (ISTS) and Peter Kiewit Computing Services (PKCS) at 
Dartmouth College. Additional information about ISTS can be found at 
http://www.ists.dartmouth.edu/.  Information on Computing Services can 
be found at http://www.dartmouth.edu/comp/.

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding 
the workshop. For conference content and agenda questions, please 
contact either:

Tom Candon
Institute for Security, Technology, and Society
Thomas.K.Candon at Dartmouth.EDU <mailto:Thomas.K.Candon at Dartmouth.EDU>
603.646.8748

or

Adam Goldstein
Peter Kiewit Computing Services
Adam.Goldstein at Dartmouth.EDU <mailto:Adam.Goldstein at Dartmouth.EDU>
603.646.9964

For conference logistical questions, please contact:

Deb Doscinski
Institute for Security, Technology, and Society
Program Assistant
Deborah.A.Doscinski at Dartmouth.EDU <mailto:Deborah.A.Doscinski at Dartmouth.EDU>
603.646.0702

We look forward to seeing you in July!
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