Security and Other Scary Stuff
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM (EST)
AIIM New England returns to Connecticut with an event that will focus on security and will feature two great speakers. First up, we have an agent from the FBI’s Information Technology Branch in New Haven, CT who will talk about the threats we face online. Our second speaker will be Michelle Syc, an information security specialist at CohnReznick LLP. Michelle has over 10 years of experience managing security audits, conducting security reviews including tests involving ethical hacking and social engineering in addition to being involved with systems design efforts.
When & Where
AIIM New England Chapter
AIIM New England is an affiliate chapter of AIIM International, which for 60 years has been the leading non-profit association that helps users understand state-of-the-art techniques and technologies for managing imaged documents & records, electronic content, and business processes. AIIM stands for Association for Information and Image Management
Founded in 1969, the NE Chapter is one of the oldest AIIM chapters in the nation and serves a diverse group of professionals that includes end users, project managers, CIO’s, records managers, consultants, integrators, vendors, and others. Members come from a wide range of industries including financial services, healthcare, insurance, education, law, marketing, engineering, and manufacturing.
Participation in the AIIM New England Chapter is an excellent way to develop professional relationships, to polish leadership skills, and to have a positive impact on your industry and career. To this point, the NE Chapter boasts a remarkable number of AIIM Fellows, AIIM Distinguished Service Award winners, and other AIIM notables – a reflection of our proud history of volunteerism and excellence in leadership.