For release: September 29, 2010
For press information, contact Amy Crone, 901-678-5440
The Center for Information Assurance at the University of Memphis will host its third
annual Cyber Security Expo, “Online Fraud, Insider Threat, and Cyber Crime,” on Friday,
Oct. 15, in the FedEx Institute of Technology. Sessions will run from 8:30 a.m. to
Among the topics will be identify-theft rings, software security, insider threats,
and organized cyber-crime.
Speakers will include Michael Grimaila, associate professor of information research
management at the Air Force Institute of Technology; Steve Chan, chief software/web
architect and security compliance lead in the Center for Public Leadership at the
Harvard Kennedy School and the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative; Hal Roberts,
Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School; Brian
Elrod, information security officer at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital; Brian
Burns, manager of customer satisfaction in Information Risk Management at AutoZone;
and Natalie Granado, associate director of training in the Center for Information
Assurance and Security at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Registration is $85 if paid before Oct. 9. The fee is $125 after that. Discounts are available to U of M faculty, staff, and
students and to certain groups – ASIS, ISSA, InfraGuard, and CyberWatch.
More information, including a registration link, is available online at http://cyberexpo.memphis.edu