Register Now for the Spring 2008 Security Awareness Conference

Protecting Your Emory Information Resources
March 26, 2008
8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

3rd Floor Ballroom, Cox Hall
569 Asbury Circle, Emory University

Every day thousands of people are fooled by e-mails from criminals trying to steal their information or infect and take over their computers. These and other threats make protecting information confidentiality and preventing loss of data a top challenge to computing security today. This year's Information Security Awareness Mini-Conference, "Protecting Your Emory Information Resources," will offer information on current and evolving computing security threats, Emory's information security programs and safeguards, and responsible computing practices that will help you protect your valuable data and Emory's networked resources.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Emory faculty, staff, and students

MINI-CONFERENCE INCLUDES: Continental Breakfast " Luncheon with Featured Speaker " 3 sessions

TOPICS INCLUDE: Current and Evolving Threats " Emory's New CISO " Why Security Matters " Securing Remote Devices " Internet Security Practices " Phishing and Pharming " How Emory Uses SSN " Your Privacy Rights

LUNCHEON SPEAKER: Brett Coryell, Deputy CIO, Emory

GUEST PRESENTERS: Brad Sanford, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Emory; Jay Flanagan, Manager, E-Mail, Identity Management and Security, UTS, Emory; Jerrod Stoller, Director of Sales, RSA

REGISTRATION: There are no fees, but registration is required. Register early; seating is limited. The deadline for registration is March 18, 2008. For the conference program and to register online go to:

SPONSORED BY: University Technology Services (UTS)