Cybersecurity meeting this THURSDAY!

Come to the Carnegie Center library this Thursday, November 21, 2013 from 2 to 4 pm for perspectives on cybersecurity that you haven’t considered before. Snacks and refreshments will be provided. ATIC is full sponsor of this no-charge event. Just show up. The Carnegie Center is located between 10th and 12th Avenues on Washington Street in Phoenix. Click here for web- and audio-conferencing details.

Tina Thorstenson, ASU’s Assistant Vice President, and Chief Information Security Officer in the University Technology Office, will offer unique insights into protecting large systems.

Thorstenson’s current areas of responsibility include the Information Security Office and Identity Management. She has spent the majority of her career implementing and enhancing enterprise administrative systems and IT infrastructure in higher education. While at ASU, her areas of responsibility have included network operations, network design, systems administration, enterprise application development & support, data center operations, and the Information Security Office.

ASU is continually raising the bar for people, technology and process. Tina will link that evolution to the university’s approach to cyber security defense.

Michelè Stuart, Licensed Private Investigator, operates JAG Investigations.  She is a nationally recognized expert on the security of the Internet. She is returning again this year to provide an update on the various threats that surround access to and use of the Internet. The Internet is a powerful source of information and knowledge, but it is also a milieu in which privacy is virtually non-existent.

There are things to watch out for and steps to take to minimize the chances that personal information that you have placed on the Internet will get into the wrong hands. Ms. Stuart will highlight some of the areas to avoid. Ms. Stuart is a licensed Private Investigator in the State of Arizona with twenty years of experience specializing in the areas of Financial, Open Source Investigations (OSINT), Corporate Investigations, and Intelligence/Counter Intelligence.

She started her investigative career as an Economic Fraud Investigator. Ms. Stuart is an Adjunct Professor with University of Virginia and an Instructor at Quantico for multi country training programs. Over the past years she has provided presentations, and private training, to both Federal and State levels of Law Enforcement Agencies and Military Intelligence throughout the United States including attendees of Department of Homeland Security, US Marshals, FBI, DOJ, Border Patrol, Indian Tribal Nations and local law enforcement agencies throughout the country.

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ATIC and Arizona InfraGard Public Meeting on Cyber Security

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What: Cybersecurity Event

Where: Carnegie Center, 1101 W. Washington, Phoenix

When: 2 pm until 4 pm on Thursday, November 21, 2013

The Arizona Telecommunications and Information Council (ATIC) announces its fall public meeting, a joint meeting with Arizona InfraGard.  This is the 6th annual joint fall meeting on cyber security.  The meeting will be held on Thursday, November 21st at the Carnegie Center Library, 1101 W Washington, Phoenix.  The meeting will start at 2:00 pm and end at 4:00 pm.

The presentations at this meeting will be:

Presentation:  “ASU’s Defense in Depth Approach to Cyber Security
Tina Thorstenson, Assistant Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Arizona State University
ASU is continually raising the bar for people, technology and process.  Tina will link that evolution to the university’s approach to
cyber security defense.
Tina Thorstenson is Assistant Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer in ASU’s University Technology Office (UTO). Her current areas of responsibility include the Information Security Office and Identity Management. She has spent the majority of her career implementing and enhancing enterprise administrative systems and IT infrastructure in higher education. While at ASU, her areas of responsibility have included network operations, network design, systems administration, enterprise application development & support, data center operations, and the Information Security Office.
Presentation:  “Internet Profiling and Information Protection”
Michelè Stuart, Licensed Private Investigator, JAG Investigations
Michelè Stuart is a nationally recognized expert on the security of the Internet.  She is returning again this year to provide an update on the variousthreats that surround access to and use of the Internet. The Internet is a powerful source of information and knowledge, but it is also a milieu in which privacy is virtually non-existent. There are things to watch out for and steps to take to minimize the chances that personal information that you have placed on the Internet will get into the wrong hands. Ms. Stuart will highlight some of the areas to avoid. Ms. Stuart is a licensed Private Investigator in the State of Arizona with twenty years of experience specializing in the areas of Financial, Open Source Investigations (OSINT), Corporate Investigations, and Intelligence/Counter Intelligence. She started her investigative career as an Economic Fraud Investigator. Ms. Stuart is an Adjunct Professor with University of Virginia and an Instructor at Quantico for multi country training programs. She provides seminars on her specialized investigative techniques in Open Source Investigations (OSINT). Over the past years she has provided presentations, and private training, to both Federal and State levels of Law Enforcement Agencies and Military Intelligence throughout the United States including attendees of Department of Homeland Security, US Marshals, FBI, DOJ, Border Patrol, Indian Tribal Nations and local law enforcement agencies throughout the country.
ATIC and Arizona InfraGard look forward to seeing you at this meeting.
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Our Entrepreneurial Ecosystem and BIG DATA Thursday, May 16, 2013 2-4pm

phil_gordonJoin the Arizona Telecommunications & Information Council for our quarterly public meeting devoted to economic development through the development of Better Internet in Arizona. This event takes place Thursday, May 16, 2013 at the Carnegie Center (12th Ave. and Washington in Phoenix). We start at 2 pm and will be finished at 4 pm. No registration or RSVP required.

Former Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon will cover Big Data, Big Bandwidth, Big Science and Better Internet’s impact on advancing healthcare.francine_hardaway_120_square

Francine Hardaway is best known for her extensive work supporting entrepreneurship in Arizona. Though many of you will also know her as a prominent blogger for the Phoenix Business Journal. Francine will be speaking on Arizona’s Maturing Entrepreneurial Ecosystem.

We are expecting a full house for our dynamic speakers. Come early, grab some cookies and coffee and grab a good seat.

Audio conferencing (Courtesy CenturyLink) and web conferencing (Courtesy iLinc) here: JOIN ATIC CONFERENCE

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Arizona Technology and Telecom Policy Review Feb. 21

The Arizona Telecommunications and Information Council presents the 10th Annual Arizona Technology and Telecom Policy Review on February 21, 2013 from 2-4 pm at the Carnegie Center in the heart of Phoenix.

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ATIC Agenda – February 13, 2013

Here is the February Agenda – Draft.

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ATIC & Arizona InfraGard Public Meeting on Cyber Security

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November 15, 2012

Please plan to join us for our annual ATIC Public Meeting with important updates about Cyber Security in partnership with Arizona InfraGard.

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