Lee College host cyber security conference
— reported by the Houston Chronicle
In connection with National CyberSecurity Awareness Month, Lee College will host a CyberSecurity Conference, which is open to all students and the general public at no charge, from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 27 in the college’s Student Center.
The conference will focus on risks that lurk within cyberspace and will include Information Technology security officers and practitioners from across the higher education, governmental and corporate landscape.
Speakers include the Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott’s Cyber Crimes Unit which will discuss internet predators and how to protect your children online, Calvin Weeks of EnCE whose topic includes digital forensics and incident response investigations and a representative from JP Morgan Chase Bank who will speak on identity theft including e-mail fraud and credit card phishing scams.
To register for Lee College’s CyberSecurity Conference or to learn more about the conference, visit online at www.lee.edu/itt/cyberSecurity_conf.asp or contact Patty Sanchez at 281-425-6451 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.