Highland Heights, KY (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
Northern Kentucky University will present the 2013 NKU Security Symposium on October 18, 2013 at the NKU METS Center in Erlanger, Kentucky. This annual symposium, hosted by the NKU Center for Applied Informatics, will focus on information security challenges, best practices, and professional discussions. Over 300 information security professionals, academics, and attorneys are expected to convene to discuss current security issues and witness live demonstrations of cutting edge security products.
The Security Symposium is organized into five tracks:
-Information Security Governance
This track focuses on the understanding and implementation of management policy, procedures, IT audits, continuity planning, and security awareness and training.
This track provides information about how identity theft is being fought and information integrity is being secured by industry ingenuity.
-Mobile & Computer Forensics
Learn about the latest methods and tools used to process and understand digital evidence.
-Current Topics in Security
Explore issues of cloud computing, virtualization, mobile, and much more.
-Legal Issues in Privacy and Security
This track enables security legal professionals to come together to discuss the legal and regulatory framework related to the implementation of software security.
The 2013 legal track, sponsored by Frost Brown Todd and CincyIP, will feature four presentations:
Tickets are complimentary. Register here.
The strategic sponsor of the 2013 symposium is CBTS.
The Center for Applied Informatics, part of the NKU College of Informatics at Northern Kentucky University is a prototypical institution, showing how academic and business organizations can work together for regional good. The center directly enhances student success and the mission of informatics through community engagement and managed co-ops.
The NKU Chase Law + Informatics Institute provides critical interdisciplinary research regarding law, regulation and industry practice as it is applied across complex information systems, emerging technology and all areas of law. While not limited to any particular legal field, the institute emphasizes intellectual property law, privacy, business and securities law, international law, and evidentiary rules because the creation, acquisition, aggregation, security, manipulation, and exploitation of data have extensive legal and societal consequences in these fields.