Learn more about being aware of your online presence and the importance of cyber security at the Cyber Security and Awareness Fair on Thursday.
The event, held in the Bronco Student Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., includes speakers, hands-on workshops and research presentations. A poster symposium, sponsored by the Los Angeles chapter of ISACA, an organization that promotes best practices in information technology, will showcase student research in cyber security. In addition to segments on cyber awareness, there will also be information about jobs, career development and interviewing skills. Prizes will be given away at most of the sessions, with a grand prize drawing for a Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet.
Noon: Jason Haddix — “Mobile application Hacking is a new area for a security practitioners prize”
Noon: Israel Perez — “Five Focus Areas of Incident Response”
10:30 a.m.: Dennis London — “Securing the Cyber World Starts With You”
10:30 a.m.: Howard Williamson — “Social Media Crumbs”
10:30 a.m.: Jerry Craft — “Pwned by a Pineapple: wireless and smartphone security”
12:30 p.m.: Jerry Craft — “Pwned by a Pineapple: wireless and smartphone security” (repeat)
10:30 a.m.: Barbara Jean Bruin — “Business Dinner Etiquette”
Noon: David Craig — “Skills for a Successful Interview”
For more information, visit www.cpp.edu/cyberfair.