Topic: Online Security and Privacy for Security Practitioners
When: Thursday, June 30th
- 6:00 PM Young Professionals open meeting and announcements
- Event Starts at 6:30 PM
- Post event networking nearby TBD
Location: The Museum of Tolerance New York– Simon Wiesenthal Center, first floor auditorium. 226 East 42nd Street. New York, New York 10017. Located one block from Grand Central Station.
The ASIS-NYC Chapter Young Professionals are proud to host Professor Adam Wandt, Attorney and Counselor-at-Law, with a primary focus on technology law, policy and applications. Professor Wandt is a foremost expert on online privacy and technology issues and was recently interviewed by NPR regarding the Apple vs FBI San Bernardino iPhone case. At the ASIS-YP event, Professor Wandt will clarify and expound the reality of online privacy and applicable security concerns for us security practitioners – who are not cyber-security experts (even those YP millennials).
Ever wonder about the extent of facial recognition? How much is really known about our web browsing on a mobile device? What marketing and social media companies really now about your company’s business practices? This realistic understanding of security implications, especially in a time of BYOD (bring your own device), social media and global interconnected-ness, is a crucial skill in the career development of any security professional. This presentation will provide the knowledge and background to safeguard our companies, employers and assets more thoroughly and responsibly.
RSVP: Required for Security, space is limited. Please RSVP via email to Dov Horwitz at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please feel free to extend this invitation to colleagues and friends.
SPONSORSHIP is available, please contact Dov Horwitz for information.
Bio: Professor Adam Wandt
Professor Wandt is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy and member of the full-time faculty of the Department of Public Management at John Jay College of Criminal Justice where he serves as the Department’s Deputy Chair for Academic Technology. In September 2011, Professor Wandt was appointed as John Jay’s first Faculty Fellow for Online Learning for John Jay Online. Professor Wandt is the Chair of, and a Senior Researcher with, The City University of New York’s “Skunkworks: Academic Technology Research and Development Group.”
Professor Wandt is an Attorney and Counselor-at-Law. His primary research and practice areas are limited to technology law and policy, information security, technology enhanced investigations, academic technology, and UCR crime data. He has worked on sponsored research for, or in partnership with, Sprint, BlackBoard, Entourage, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Interpol, the United Nations, the United States Bureau of Justice, as well as educational institutions from around the world. In 2010, he received the Ribaudo Award for Academic Excellence for his work with academic technology.
Professor Wandt is a member of the graduate faculty in both the Master of Public Administration and Master of Digital Forensics and Cyber Security program at John Jay. He regularly teaches two graduate courses at John Jay: Information Security, and a course examining the role technology plays in the inspection and oversight community, the latter which he has also taught at the United States Military Academy at West Point. He is a member of the Association of Inspectors General, the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, the American Society for Criminology, and the American Society for Public Administration.