Daniel Manson, professor, Computer Information Systems (CIS), Frederick Gallegos, adjunct professor, CIS, and Anna Carlin, lecturer, CIS, presented a three-hour workshop, “Curriculum Development in Information Security and Assurance,” at the Secure IT Conference on March 21 in Anaheim. Carlin and Manson presented another session, “Teaching Computer Forensics Using Student Developed Evidence Files,” on March 22. Manson was also a co-presenter on “Passing the Flame: How to Leverage an Information Assurance Bootcamp Experience” on March 23. Gallegos discussed “ISACA 2005 Model Curriculum for IT Audit Education: A Measure of Excellence” on March 23. Manson, Gallegos and Carlin discussed “Information Assurance Curriculum and Career Opportunities at Cal Poly Pomona” to the Inland Empire Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association on Feb. 28 at Kellogg West. Manson and Javier Torner of Cal State San Bernardino spoke on “Improving Privacy and Awareness on Campus” at a one-day conference presented by the Governor’s Office of the State of California. The conference, “Teaming Up Against Identity Theft: A Summit on Solutions,” took place Feb. 23 in Los Angeles. For more information, visit www.idtheftsummit.ca.gov/.