UAB & National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2012
During National Cybersecurity Awareness Month this year, UAB IT Security is sponsoring a series of presentations on cybersecurity topics of interest. Please join us for any or all of the four sessions throughout the month of October. Our hope is that you gain a better understanding and awareness of cybersecurity as it pertains to UAB, our country and the world.
The following sessions are open to all faculty, staff and students at UAB, and their invited guests. All will begin at noon, with the exception of October 31st, which will begin at 1 p.m.
Please bring your lunch; cookies and soft drinks will be provided at each session.
|October 3, 2012||Noon||
Center for Teaching & Learning (EB238, room 243)
|Cybersecurity Law and Current Issues||Russell Yawn, State of Alabama, Office of Prosecution Services, National Computer Forensics Institute|
|October 10, 2012||Noon||Hill University Center Alumni Auditorium||Countering the Cyber Threat with Intelligence Analytics||John Grimes, J.D., Assistant Professor, UAB Justice Sciences|
|October 24, 2012||Noon||West Pavilion, Room D||Defending Your System from a Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Cyber Attack||Josh Smith, Cybersecurity Analyst, HealthSouth|
|October 31, 2012||1 p.m.||Cudworth Hall (CEC) Auditorium||Tales from the FBI on Cybersecurity||
Todd Berryman, FBI Special Agent & Cybersecurity Squad Leader
UAB Information Technology
UAB IT is composed of professionals who provide a wide range of services to support the research, academic and administrative work of the UAB community. Our goal is to help UAB reach it's greatest potential by providing the equipment and applications that enable many of the core services relied upon by students, faculty and staff.