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ISTS Information Pamphlet
Hanover, New Hampshire
On July 15-16, 2014, ISTS and Dartmouth College Information Technology Services will host the eighth annual Securing the eCampus conference on the Dartmouth campus. As always, the overarching topic will be information security in higher education.
The conference will bring together CIOs and CISOs from academic institutions throughout the country. The conference will be held on the Dartmouth campus and will feature presentations from information security and educational IT leaders.
The schedule for the 15th will feature a full day of lectures and discussion. New this year, the conference will begin with a bountiful breakfast buffet at the Hanover Inn sponsored by Lancope and keynote address. An evening networking reception will be held at the Dartmouth Outing Club House sponsored by Cisco and Presidio. Lectures and discussion will continue the morning of the 16th and the conference will conclude with lunch.
This year we will offer presentations on risk management, regulations and policy, disaster recovery, emerging global cyber-security threats, security awareness, and more. Confirmed speakers include:
Keynote Speaker Nate Fick - CEO of Endgame, former CEO of the Center for a New American Security and former Marine Corps infantry officer.
Doug Madory- Senior Analyst with Renesys will address geo-political trends and the cloud
Kris Rowley- Information Security Office for the State of Vermont will discuss disaster recovery, incident response and lessons learned from Hurricane Irene
Patrick Perry- from FireEye will discuss developments pertaining to Advanced Persistent Threat (APT)
Rodney Petersen- Executive Director, Research and Education Community Collaborative at EDUCAUSE to speak on cyber-security collaborative and shared services efforts in the higher education community
Ano Lobb- Learning and Technology Manager, MHCDS at Dartmouth College will explore the security implication of emerging trends in distance learning
Joe Homza - Security Engineer at Cornell University will discuss risk assessment of campus utility and building control systems
Paulina Haduong will discuss her work with the Youth and Media Privacy initiative at the Berkman Center.
Information about the 2013 conference, including PDFs of the presentations themselves are available through the link to "previous conferences" in the sidebar.
If you have any questions please contact the organizers.
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Last Updated: 7/22/14