University Co-Hosts Information Assurance Curriculum & Regulatory Compliance Symposium


Corporate IT and security professionals, vendors, auditors, lawyers, senior compliance officers and experts from academia and government will convene for three days, Dec. 8-10, at the Kellogg West Conference Center to grapple with the complexities of compliance management.

The campus community is invited to attend the second annual Information Assurance Curriculum & Regulatory Compliance Symposium, presented by Cal Poly Pomona, DOE Title V Collaborative Grant, Regional Information Systems Security Center and IP3 Inc.

Conference attendees will learn the fundamentals of SOX, HIPAA, GLBA, and FISMA, as well as hear the industry's leading analysts address the complex issues of auditing and reporting on compliance while simultaneously defending the enterprise.

Keynote speakers include:

  • Joanne McNabb, chief, California Office of Privacy Protection, California Department of Consumer Affairs
  • Margaret Grayson, member of the National Infrastructure Advisory Council, president of AEP Government Solutions Group and executive vice-president of AEP Networks
  • Ken Kousky, president and chief executive officer of IP3 Inc.
  • John Patzakis, vice chairman of Guidance Software
  • Jack Furay, electronic crimes special agent, U.S. Secret Service

The conference will feature exhibits, panel discussions, seminars, executive workshops and compliance solutions from leading technology companies.  

At least 100 security professionals are expected to participate in these three days of interactive learning, peer-to-peer networking and an exhibit hall with cutting-edge products and compliance solutions.

Cost to attend the symposium is $50 for students and $205 for faculty and staff. To view the agenda and register for the symposium, visit http://calpoly.ip3inc.com. For more information, contact Dan Manson at (909) 869- 3244.