Southeast Community College is hosting the
10th Annual Cyber Security Conference on Sept.
The event takes place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the gymnasium at
SCC's Lincoln Campus, 8800 O St. Check-in begins at 7:30 a.m. Space
is limited. Registration deadline is Sept. 21.
To register, persons are asked to go to www.southeast.edu/continuing
and find the spotlight at the top of the page highlighting the
conference. State of Nebraska employees should register at www.cio.ne.gov/cyber-sec/events.html.
The conference is designed for security administrators and IT
professionals, including network administrators, system
administrators and information security professionals. The
conference is a partnership between SCC and the state of
Keynote speaker is Richard "Rick" Harris of the Department of
Homeland Security. He provides strategic advice and support to the
Office of Cybersecurity and Communications where he has
participated in numerous cyber and critical infrastructure cyber
policy development and implementation processes.
A lineup of other skilled industry experts will conduct various
breakout sessions on a wide range of topics related to information
security and technology, including:
Steve Baker, Federal Trade Commission; Anthony Bolan, University
of Nebraska-Omaha; Timothy Brown, Dell; Troy Brueckner, CyberArk;
Karla Carter, Bellevue University; Michael Class, Qualys; Jim
Coffman, Dell; Katie Fletcher, Data Security Inc.; Shane Flynn,
Nebraska Information Analysis Center; Zac Fowler, OWASP; Jayne
Friedland Holland, NIC. Inc.; Steve Hurst, AT&T; Jeff Jordan,
IBM; Kristin Judge, National Cyber Security Alliance,
StaySafeOnline.org; Jill Klein, Sirius; Dan Kottman, Optiv
Security; Anthony Lauro, Akamai Technologies; Thomas MacLellan,
FireEye; Steve Matteson, Internal Revenue Service; Matt Morton,
University of Nebraska-Omaha; Abhishek Parakh, University of
Nebraska-Omaha; Todd Peterson, Dell; David Saintsing, AOS; Ken
Schmutz, FBI; and Sharon Welna, UNMC.
The conference will assist in raising awareness of cyber
security and help to protect everyone in cyberspace.
For more information, contact Connie Collin at firstname.lastname@example.org;
402-437-2709; or 800-828-0072, ext. 2709.