The Cyber and Information Security Consortium, or CISC, and the University of Tennessee’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy have partnered to hold monthly brown bag lunches to hear talks on key topics regarding cybersecurity, a press release said.
The next lunch will take place next week in the UT Outreach Center in Oak Ridge, and it will be on the subject of cyber hygiene.
Topic: “Cyber Hygiene for Individuals and Small Businesses”
Speaker: Scott Partelow, managing consultant for enterprise solutions at Sword and Shield Enterprise Security
When: Monday, April 10, from 12-1 p.m.
Where: UT Outreach Center, Oak Ridge (1201 Oak Ridge Turnpike, entrance facing Applebee’s, closest to the Quality Inn)
Who: This meeting is free and open to the public. Reservations are not required.
Description: Partelow will speak about cyber hygiene. This presentation will cover multiple timely security risks that we face both in our private lives as well as in our businesses. Recognizing these risks so that we as individuals can fend off those that would steal information is the key focus.
About: As managing consultant for enterprise solutions at Sword and Shield Enterprise Security, Partelow focuses on analysis and auditing customer security policies/procedures and overall IT security posture. This includes working with customers who need to validate their current solutions, as well as customers who need start at the beginning with designing the overall company’s security direction.
About the Cyber and Information Security Consortium
The Cyber and Information Security Consortium, or CISC, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation with the mission to enable its members to effectively operate and protect their enterprises amid the reality of growing and persistent cyber-attacks. For more information visit https://www.cyberinfosec.org/.
About the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy
The Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy is a nonpartisan public policy center, located on the campus of the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. The Center aims to provide policy makers, citizens, scholars, and students with the information and skills necessary to work effectively within our political system and to serve our local, state, national, and global communities. For more information visit http://bakercenter.utk.edu/.