Emerging Challenges to our Privacy and Data Security: What's Next You Ask?
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Building 3 Aud 11:00 AM
(Coffee and cookies at 10:30 AM)
Our collective privacy and data security are being challenged in many surprising and alarming ways. Despite our individual and corporate efforts to protect this data we are falling short. This talk is about some of the reasons why we are failing and some actions we can all take to curb the impact of security breaches which expose intellectual property and personal data to hackers and cyber criminals alike.
Bill serves as Director, Critical Infrastructures and Cyber Protection Center (CICPC) at Capitol Technology University located in Laurel Maryland. Bill has been a practicing cyber security professional and faculty member for the past eleven years. Prior to that Bill served in the United States Marine Corps Reserves as a Communications and Information Systems Officer and recently retired at the rank of Colonel. Bill's last recall involved extensive work in the USCENTCOM area of responsibility studying the use of commercial wireless technology. Bill is a graduate of the U.S. Army War College and the National Defense University. Bill is currently a Doctoral student at Capitol with major focus in the areas of combating cyber crime and the use of radio technologies to violate privacy.
IS&T Colloquium Committee Host: John Donohue
Sign language interpreter upon request: 301-286-7040