Justice Department to offer free seminar at Pitt on Internet security
The Justice Department is offering a free, day-long seminar on Internet security on Oct. 29 on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh.
Mark Sullivan, head of the U.S. Secret Service, will give the opening speech for the Western Pennsylvania 2012 Cybersecurity Conference at the University Club. The seminar will include several panel discussions with federal prosecutors, government security experts and private industry consultants.
The conference includes lunch, but participation is limited and advanced registration is required. People can register for the seminar, which will run from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., by emailing their name, employer, title, address and phone number to USAPAW-2012CyberConference@usdoj.gov. The organizers will reply with an email confirming each person's registration.
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