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EDUCAUSE Security Professionals Conference 2006. Summary: The Path to Becoming a Security Professional
April 25, 2006

The Path to Becoming a Security Professional Andrea C. Hoy President, Orange County Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA)   Notes from the 2006 Securit…

EDUCAUSE Security Professionals Conference 2006. Summary: The Phishing Ecosystem: Analyzing the Dynamics for Maximum Defense
April 25, 2006

The Phishing Ecosystem: Analyzing the Dynamics for Maximum Defense Cathy Hubbs, IT Security Coordinator, George Mason University Darlene Quackenbush,  Information Security Officer, Jam…

EDUCAUSE Security Professionals Conference 2006. Summary:System-wide Strategies for Achieving IT Security at Univ. of California
April 25, 2006

System-wide Strategies for Achieving IT Security at the University of California Jacqueline Craig, Director of Policy, University of California Office of the President David H. Walker, …

EDUCAUSE Security Professionals Conference 2006.Summary: Implementing HIPAA Security Rule Training Program for Sys Admins at ECU
April 25, 2006

Implementing a HIPAA Security Rule Training Program for System Administrators at East Carolina University.    Carol Davis, DRP Coordinator, East Carolina University   This s…

EDUCAUSE Security Professionals Conference 2006. Summary: Defining the Security Domain
April 25, 2006

Defining the Security Domain       Marilu Goodyear, ECAR Fellow and Professor, University of Kansas John H. Louis, Assistant Vice Provost for Information Systems, Unive…

EDUCAUSE Security Professionals Conference 2006. Summary: Winning the Battle against Cyber Criminals
April 25, 2006

Winning the Battle against Cyber Criminals Dan Larkin Unit Chief, Internet Crime Complaint Center , Federal Bureau of Investigation This op…

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