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Social Networking: Operational Security & Social Media

When: 5/26/2011
5:30 PM
Where: Prince George's Community College
301 Largo Road
Marlboro Hall, Room M1104
Largo, Maryland  20774
United States
Contact: Sharrarne Morton

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Social Networking: The Challenges of Balancing Personal and Operational Security (OPSEC) in Today's Social Media Landscape

Sponsored by  bdpatoday

Thursday, 26 MAY 11, 6:00 PM 

Prince George's Community College (PGCC)           
Marlboro Hall, Room M1104
301 Largo Rd
Largo, MD 20774

Presentation and Discussions:           
6:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Industry Presenter & Moderator--Ms. Karla Williams, BDPA-DC.

Ms. Williams has over 18 years of Information, Communications, and Technology (ICT) industry experience with publishing, e-learning, and cyber security in public, private, and academic sectors and is a Principal with KMD Technology, LLC. She has a BA in Foreign Languages and an MA in International Affairs/Public Policy from Georgetown University. She is a Ph.D candidate at Walden University in Applied Management and Decision Sciences with a specialization in Management Information Systems. Ms. Williams is an instructor for local BDPA High School Computer Competition (HSCC) Teams. 

Q & A: 
7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Bring your questions for us, Ask BDPA:

♦ What is "Ethical Hacking?"
♦ What information could my children be sharing?
♦ What information are my employees sharing?
♦ What information are my mobile devices sharing?

Networking Mixers with Opening and Closing Remarks:
5:30 PM to 6:15 PM and 7:30 to 8:00 PM

Local BDPA Chapters and Chapter Interest Groups (CIGs) support emerging Cyber Security and Information Assurance markets in the region's community colleges. Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) has a great Computer Forensics program. PGCC is a CyberWATCH (Cybersecurity: Washington Area Technician and Consortium Headquarters) Regional ATE Center of an NSF funded grant. CyberWATCH  is a consortium of ten community colleges, eight universities, federal and state agencies and businesses, addressing the need for a greater and better educated workforce in computer and network security. Discover more... 


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