ASSERT Invited Presentations

11/13/08: Special Agent Clark Harshbarger (7pm in Chapman 104) will give a 90 minute talk on the subject of investigation of computer related crime, which is his primary focus at the FBI. The talk is open to anyone who is interested, and more information is available by emailing fyassert@uaf.edu

9/23/08: Elizabeth Boardman (10.30am in Chapman 104) will give a 30 minute talk on her experiences as an Information Assurance practioner, both as a Navy Intelligence officer and in her current position as a Boeing Information Systems Security Office at Ft. Greely. More information is available by emailing fyassert@uaf.edu

9/2/08: Dr. Matt Bishop (5.20pm in Chapman 106) will give a 90 minute talk on the security issues related to election systems. The talk is open to anyone who is interested, and more information is available by emailing fyassert@uaf.edu

9/2/08: Dr. Matt Bishop (1pm in Chapman 106) will give a 60 minute talk on the Insider Problem. The talk is open to anyone who is interested, and more information is available in this flyer or by emailing fyassert@uaf.edu

11/15/07: Detective Payton Meredith (5pm in Chapman 106) will give a 90 minute talk on his work as a digital forensics investigator for the Fairbanks Police Department. The talk is open to anyone who is interested, and more information is available by emailing fyassert@uaf.edu

10/30/07: Charles Hamby (5.20pm in Chapman 106) will give a 90 minute talk on his work as a malware analyst for SANS. The talk is open to anyone who is interested, and more information is available by emailing fyassert@uaf.edu

9/4/07: Mark Pollitt (3pm in Chapman 106) will give a 60 minute talk entitled "Computer Forensics, Then and Now". The talk is open to anyone who is interested, and more information is available in this flyer or by emailing fyassert@uaf.edu

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