Date: October 19th, 2010
Location: Quinnipiac University North Haven Campus
Open to all - students, peers, members and non-members
- Wetware II: Larry Immohr
People respond to risks based on internal models of the world. Ever wondered why some people are victims and others avoid being victimized? Come hear some of the latest
research on how end users view security. This part of Wetware shows you the users' perspective.
Leveraging Social Media to Promote Security: Professor Phil Simon , Director of Interactive Communications Graduate Programs
VoIP Attacks and Trends ? J Oquendo
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technologies have been spearheading cheap telecommunications worldwide for some time now, however these technologies have also created a new set of security and privacy issues.
Stop H*Commerce: The Business of Hacking You
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ISSA Connecticut Chapter
The Connecticut ISSA chapter is a leading movement devoted to improving information security. Through its membership, ISSA CT helps security professionals learn of information security issues and trends, which promote education, dialog, and leadership. To learn more about the ISSA Connecticut or to become a member please visit www.issa-ct.org