Thursday, February 27, 2014
State leaders to discuss cyber security at Oakland University
Some of Michigan's top technology leaders will convene on Oakland University's campus for a Cyber Security Summit from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Friday, March 7 in Elliott Hall Auditorium.
Presented by Oakland's cyber security club, CyberOU, the event will focus on helping colleges protect their cyber infrastructure, preparing for global cyber attacks and keeping pace with emerging cyber threats.
Free and open to the public, the event will feature presentations, a panel discussion and a meet-and-greet with community leaders and CyberOU officers.
Expert speakers include Dan Lohrmann, chief security officer of Michigan; Rodney Davenport, chief technology officer of Michigan; Phil Bertolini, deputy county executive/chief information officer of Oakland County; and Theresa Rowe, chief information officer at OU.
A complimentary breakfast and lunch will be provided, along with CyberOU merchandise. For additional information or to register, visit cyberou.com/summit.
|Oakland University's CyberOU club is hosting a Cyber Security Summit on March 7.