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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
Central Full Disk Encryption - Service Overview and Best Practices

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This session will provide an overview of the SOS managed central encryption service using the product SecureDoc by WinMagic. SecureDoc was launched into production in June 2013 as a full replacement for the Utimaco family of disk encryption products previously in use. We will discuss the advantages of using this central solution vs. standalone applications that you may currently be using in your units. We will talk about some of the additional features available to you, such as removable media encryption and integration with FileVault2 Mac encryption.  Time will be spent giving a brief demo of the web-based management console and encryption process. This is not an in-depth talk about encryption algorithms (sorry and you're welcome).

Room capacity: 90  


Kyle Crain

System and Network Security Analyst, Penn State, Information Technology Services, Security Operations and Services
Kyle Crain has worked at Penn State since 2007 and started working as a Systems and Network Security Analyst with SOS in 2011. He is a team member of the Encryption and Data Loss Prevention (PII Scanning and Remediation) support groups.

Chris Ritzko

System and Network Security Analyst, Information Technology Services, Security Operations and Services
Systems and Network Security Analyst with the Office of Information Security (OIS) for 3 years. Prior to OIS, Network Manager at PSU Hazleton for 16+ years. Current responsibilities include administration and support of the central encryption tool, lead analyst for IT security assessments, process liaison for several service management processes.

Monday October 28, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm
Ballroom DE, Nittany Lion Inn

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