Colorado ACS Meeting on March 29th Features Talk on Cyber Security. Learn how to protect your data!
Presentation: Cyber Security, Hacking and Data Breach: How Can You Protect the Data Most Precious to You and Your Organization? by David Willson, Esq., CISSP, Liability, Risk & Cyber Security Expert
Abstract: It seems there is another major data breach reported in the news every week. Identity theft seems rampant. The best way to protect the data most precious to you is to understand the threats and risks to that data and the tools and techniques you can use to secure it. This lecture will open your eyes to how easily hackers and others can steal data, the scams, spam, malware, viruses and ransomware. You will learn who hackers are, how they get in, and then what you can do to better protect your data.
Bio: David is an expert risk/liability and cyber-security attorney/consultant, licensed in NY, CT, and CO. He holds the CISSP (Certification for Information System Security Professional) certification. He assists and represents companies with risk, liability, information security, incident response, data breach, and reputation protection issues. He provides risk assessments, policy review and development, data breach and incident response investigation management, and other cyber and legal issues. David is a retired Army JAG officer during which time he provided legal advice in computer network operations, information security and international law to the DoD and NSA and was the legal advisor for what is now CYBERCOM. He has published many articles, spoken at many conferences and conducted numerous classes and training in risk management.
Hosted by Helen Gerhard (COACS Councilor)
Location: Famous Dave's at Stapleton, 7557 E 36th Ave, Denver, CO 80238
Date and Time: Wednesday 3/29/2017, 5:30 to 8:30 pm
Cost is $20 per person ($12 for students and unemployed) payment will be at door.
Dinner reservations must be made by 5:00 pm on 3/23/2017 to Janet Moder <Janet.Moder@colostate.edu>; please specify if requesting vegetarian meal.
Schedule: Networking: 5:30 to 6:15 pm (cash bar only); Dinner: 6:15 to 7:15 pm
Buffet Meal - Sandwich Style: Brisket or Chicken with Bun (note: Black Bean Burger for vegetarians is available if requested) Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Unsweetened Ice Tea & Lemonade, Brownies/Banana Pudding
For more information see above flyer
The 2017 High School Chemistry Awards event will be held onat Regis University, Claver Hall, Mountain View Room.
Speaker: Kathleen Schulz
Title of Kathleen's talk:
Celebrate – Enjoy the View from the Mountaintop!
Dr. Schulz will talk about the importance of celebrating achievements, looking at life as a succession of mountaintops and valleys. She will use stories of role models and mentors from her life and long career to discuss the power of celebrating by reflecting on who and what helped us reach the significant achievement mountaintops in our lives. She will encourage students and other attendees to reflect and similarly identify the important people and learnings from their significant achievements in the context of: Do (Work!) – Achieve – Celebrate – Move forward.
Menu: Mediterranean salad; vegetable antipasto; classic beef Bolognese lasagna; pasta bake with mushrooms, eggplant, fennel & alfredo; garlic parmesan bread; cannolis
Cost--Adults $20; students and siblings $10; honored student awardees are free
Time:Registration Dinner followed by talk and awards
Reservations by firstname.lastname@example.org Connie Gabel
A parking map for Regis is attached below. People should go in Entrance #4 off of Lowell Blvd. and park in the lot just inside that entrance (Lot 4 and near Claver Hall)