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The 2013 Penn State Security Conference will take place on October 28-29, 2013 at the Nittany Lion Inn on the University Park campus.

DAY ONE (October 28): - Day One will focus on broader, more universal security topics and include topic tracks, tools demos, and networking opportunities.
- Prerequisites: Open to all Penn State staff, faculty, and students.

DAY TWO (October 29): - Day Two presentations will focus on security topics specific to Penn State IT staff.
- Prerequisites: Must be a Penn State IT staff member

For more information and to register for the event, please visit http://securityconference.psu.edu. * All sessions are subject to change based on speaker availability and/or circumstances beyond our control.
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Monday, October 28 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Data Categorization Overview and Implications

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Join us for an engaging discussion around data categorization efforts that will soon span the University. The effort comes in response to the release of University policy AD71, Data Categorization and University guideline ADG07 Data Categorization Examples. While we will be sharing information with you about the project in general, the main emphasis will be to learn from one another. We want to hear about the challenges that you are facing with data stewardship, data storage, data security and any other data-related topic. This session will be conducted more in the form of a round-table discussion so come prepared to present your ideas and raise questions to issues that need to be solved.

Room capacity: 60 


Ed Smiley

IT Project Manager (Compliance), Penn State, Office of Information Security
Ed Smiley is the manager of Compliance and Assessments within the Office of Information Security. Ed leads the PCI compliance, vulnerability and web application assessments, and penetration-testing programs related to enterprise compliance at the University. Ed is currently enrolled in the Information Technology Leadership Program (ITLP), a program to enhance the professional and personal development of Information Technology (IT) Professionals... Read More →

Jenn Stewart

System and Network Security Analyst, Penn State, Office of Information Security
Jennifer (Jenn) A. Stewart is a system and network security analyst within the Office of Information Security. Jenn leads the security office efforts related to the development, implementation, training and communication of a University-wide Governance Risk and Compliance tool and interacts with stakeholders in the University community to further the efforts. | | Jenn has worked with the University for over 15 years and holds the designation... Read More →

Monday October 28, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm
Faculty Staff Club, Nittany Lion Inn 200 W Park Ave, State College, PA 16803

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