The Office of Information Technology’s (OIT) Computer Security Day is only 11 days away! You won’t want to miss this exciting security event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 26 at the Talley Student Center. Computer Security Day is designed to raise awareness and promote best practices in information technology (IT) security. This year’s theme is “Cybersecurity Self Defense.” The event provides insight into the privacy and security issues surrounding electronically stored sensitive information and offers ways to keep your computer and data safe.
This event will highlight Jeff Crume, a Distinguished Engineer and IT Security Architect on IBM’s World Wide Tivoli Tiger Team, as the keynote speaker from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. in the Talley Student Center Ballroom. It also will feature three tracks of general and technical presentations about social networking, current privacy issues in legislation, Web application security, antivirus protection, disk encryption, mobile device security, tools for desktop security, identity theft prevention, identity management and access control, and much more.
Enjoy great presentations, free food and numerous giveaways! The grand prize is a Dell 1230c color laser printer, provided by Dell Inc. Many other great door prizes including an Apple iPod 8 GB Nano, provided by the NC State Bookstores, and a Cisco flip camera, provided by Cisco Systems Inc., will be given away to attendees during the day.
For a complete schedule of Computer Security Day events, please visit the Computer Security Day 2009 Web site.