You are cordially invited to the Information Assurance Security monthly talk. For this event, we are pleased to have the Chief Information Security Officer of the MN Dept. of Human Services who is also speaking in different information security events and has been in this field for more than 30 years. Please join us for this exciting event, invite your learners, and forward to anyone who may be interested.

** The purpose of the Capella IAS Speaker Series is to provide education and information important to the IAS community
• Who? — Speakers can be experts in the field, business partners, faculty, students, and current graduates. Students can use this forum as a way to present their research or in an area of their expertise. Experts will be asked to present in an area of their expertise on a timely topic in the IAS field.
• What? — Current events, important IAS topics, and research important to the IAS community.
• When? — Once a month starting in July. All presentations will be recorded and put on the IAS community website.
• How?– Presentations will be an hour in length with a Q&A period, and will be delivered using Adobe Connect. Some presentations could be a panel discussion with questions and answers from the audience.
• Why? — To contribute to Capella’s IAS center of excellence in IA education and the larger IAS community.

**Meeting Details:
Name: Capella IAS Speaker Series
Summary: The Capella IAS Speaker Series
Invited By: Mansour Sharha, MANSOUR.SHARHA@CAPELLA.EDU
Subject: The Accidental Insider
When: 03/18/2013 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Time Zone: (GMT-06:00) Central Time (US and Canada)

Conference Number(s): 1-888-205-5513 (US/CAN) / 1-719-955-0562 (INTL)
Participant Code: 429132

To join the meeting, Please use this link:
http://connect.capellauniversity.edu/isc/

** About the Presenter:
Barry Caplin is currently the Chief Information Security Officer at the MN Dept. of Human Services. Barry has been in the field of IT and Information Security for nearly 30 years. He is a frequent speaker on all kinds of Information Security topics. He particularly likes talking about “home” tech issues in talks like: Internet Safety for Children and Families, Teens 2.0, Identity Theft and What You Can Do About It, How to be a Tech-Smart Parent, and Outsmarting Your Smartphone.

 

Thanks
Mansour Sharha
Core Faculty, Network Technology & Information Security Assurance
School of Technology
Capella University