One session will dissect well-known security breaches, and discuss what they mean for UC systems. Another will review the current cyber-threat landscape relevant to UC Davis and the Sacramento area.
These are just two of the approximately 75 workshops, hands-on labs, and presentations that will be part of the 2015 IT Security Symposium, scheduled for June 16-17 on the UC Davis campus. Registration is now open.
The every-other-year conference is a good place to discuss UC computer and network security issues and strategies; exchange ideas to improve information privacy and security; and network with peers. Organizers expect about 300 people, mostly technical professionals and administrative managers from throughout the University of California, to attend.
Registration costs $95, which includes meals and materials. Sessions are scheduled in the Conference Center, Gallagher Hall, and Information and Educational Technology computer rooms.
Read more at the 2015 symposium website. If you have questions or comments, please contact the symposium planning team at email@example.com.