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6th Annual NKU College of Applied Informatics Security Symposium

6th Annual NKU College of Applied Informatics
Security Symposium

sponsored in part by

CincyIP

October 12, 2012
8:15am– 4:30pm
(Reception: 4:30pm – 5:30pm)

Location: NKU METS Center

The 2012 Security Symposium is a FREE one-day event, which focuses on IT security challenges, best practices, and professional discussions. This annual symposium brings together IT professionals for engaging talks, training, and live demos of cutting edge security products. For additional information and a detailed agenda, please visit http://cai.nku.edu/security2012.html.

The Security Symposium is organized into five tracks:

• Information Security Governance
This informational track focuses on the understanding and implementation of management policy, procedures, IT audits, continuity planning, and security awareness and training.

• Software Security
This track incorporates knowledge about how identity theft is being fought and information integrity is being secured by industry ingenuity.

• Mobile & Computer Forensics
Learn the latest methods and tools to process and understand digital evidence.

• Current Topics in Security
Explore security topics focused around cloud computing, virtualization, mobile, and much more.

• Legal Issues in Privacy and Security
This year marks the first year with an additional legal track, enabling the legal professionals to engage with security professionals and those involved with implementation of software security. The legal track will include presentations by Curtis Scribner (The Procter & Gamble Company), Jon Garon (NKU Chase College of Law), Craig Hoffman, and Jack Harrison (NKU Chase College of Law).

The 2012 Security Symposium, for the 6th year in a row, will bring together security professionals for a multi-track conference focused on the various aspects of security in information technology today. The symposium will focus on IT security challenges, best practices, and professional discussions, and will include a legal track focusing on the intersection of law and security. The symposium is presented by the Center for Applied Informatics, NKU Chase Law & Informatics Institute and CincyIP. Four hours of Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana CLE credits are anticipated. This conference is free, but space is limited. Register now!
The Security Symposium is organized into five tracks:
• Information Security Governance
This informational track focuses on the understanding and implementation of management policy, procedures, IT audits, continuity planning, and security awareness and training.
• Software Security
This track incorporates knowledge about how identity theft is being fought and information integrity is being secured by industry ingenuity.
• Mobile & Computer Forensics
Learn the latest methods and tools to process and understand digital evidence.
• Current Topics in Security
Explore security topics focused around cloud computing, virtualization, mobile, and much more.
• Legal Issues in Privacy and Security
This year marks the first year with an additional legal track, enabling the legal professionals to engage with security professionals and those involved with implementation of software security.

Legal Track Presenters:
• Prof. Jon M. Garon, director of the NKU Chase Law + Informatics Institute
• Prof. Jack Harrison, NKU Chase College of Law
• Craig Hoffman, Esq., partner of Baker Hostetler
• Curtis Scribner, an attorney in the Global Privacy and Digital Legal group at Procter & Gamble

Agenda

7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Breakfast
8:15 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Welcome Address
8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. General Session I
9:30 a.m. – 9:40 a.m. Break
9:40 a.m. – 10:40 a.m. LEGAL TRACK: Curtis Scribner on “Issues in Data Privacy”
10:40am – 11:10am Refreshments and Networking
11:10 a.m. – 12:10 p.m. LEGAL TRACK: Prof. Jon M. Garon on “Navigating Through the Cloud – Legal and Regulatory Management for Software as a Service”
12:10pm – 12:45pm Lunch
12:45pm – 1:45pm General Session II
1:45pm – 2:00pm Break
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. LEGAL TRACK: Craig Hoffman, Esq. on “The Legal Implications of Data Breach”
3:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Refreshments and Networking
3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. LEGAL TRACK: Prof. Jack Harrison on “E-Discovery – Legal Issues, Strategies, and Management”
4:30pm – 5:30pm Reception

About the NKU Chase Law + Informatics Institute
The NKU Chase Law + Informatics Institute provides critical interdisciplinary research regarding law, regulation and industry practice as it is applied across complex information systems, emerging technology, and all areas of law. While not limited to any legal field, the NKU Chase Law + Informatics Institute emphasizes intellectual property law, privacy, business and securities laws, international laws, and evidentiary rules because the creation, acquisition, aggregation, security, manipulation, and exploitation of data have the largest legal and societal consequences in these fields.

TO REGISTER: http://security2012.eventbrite.com/?ref=eweb

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Copyright and Fair Use in Politics – October 9, 2012 Monthly Meeting

CincyIP Presents:
Copyright and Fair Use in Politics

Featuring

Jill Meyer
Frost Brown Todd

Charles H. “Chip” Gerhardt, III
Government Strategies Group, LLC

and

Davida H. Isaacs
University of Kentucky

October 9, 2012
12:00pm– 1:30pm

Location: The Cincinnatian Hotel

This course has been approved by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 1.0 total CLE hour instruction.

Intellectual property is most often appropriated by non-owners/licensees for commercial purposes. However, some political campaigns have also (mis?) appropriated others’ intellectual property, most frequently copyrighted works. As we come to the end of another election cycle, this panel will review these past and recent disputes in political races, and discuss related issue including whether courts would be likely to find such IP use to be “fair use”, to what extent campaign strategists consider the decision to use others’ IP, and how those strategists deal with possible infringement allegations.

Jill Meyer is Member-in-Charge of the Cincinnati office of Frost Brown Todd. She also oversees the Firm’s advertising practice and concentrates her practice on counseling and litigating advertising & media law issues. She represents a wide variety of clients – corporations, advertising agencies, and media outlets – on an array of issues, including advertising review and clearance, sweepstakes and promotions, viral marketing and interactive media, compliance with COPPA and FTC requirements for advertising and websites, intellectual property, right of publicity, advertising-related litigation and regulatory challenges. She also represents media clients in all aspects of First Amendment and newsroom-related matters, including pre-publication/pre-broadcast review, issues related to access to courtrooms, public meetings and public documents, and defamation and privacy related litigation. She is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University’s Chase College of Law and the College of Mount St. Joseph, and a member of the Ohio and Kentucky Bars.

Charles H. “Chip”Gerhardt, III is President and Founder of Government Strategies Group, LLC and Development Strategies Group, LLC. Prior to forming GSG, Chip was Vice President of KMK Consulting Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Keating, Muething and Klekamp. While at KMK, he led the firm’s government affairs practice. Chip has an extensive background in the fields of economic development, government affairs and issues advocacy. He has worked in these areas both in the private and public sectors, and on local, state and Federal levels. He is the former Vice Chairman of the Hamilton County Republican Party and a veteran of numerous campaigns, including John Kasich for Governor, Josh Mandel for Treasurer and Mike DeWine for Attorney General. Chip received his Juris Doctor from the St. Louis University School of Law and his B.B.A. in Marketing from the University of Notre Dame.

Davida H. Isaacs teaches intellectual property, including copyright, and constitutional law courses at the University of Kentucky. Prior to moving to the University of Kentucky, she taught at Northern Kentucky University’s Chase College of Law. She practiced intellectual property law for over seven years in New York, Washington D.C. and in Cincinnati at Wood Herron and Evans. She has published four articles in major law reviews, including “Application of the Fair Use Defense against Copyright Claims for Unauthorized Appropriation of Litigation Documents.” She is a graduate of the New York University School of Law and Brandeis University, and a member of the New York, D.C., Ohio and Kentucky Bars.

PRICES (including lunch):
• $20 for Members (includes 1.0 Hr Ohio CLE)
• $30 Non-Member with CLE
• $20 Non-Member without CLE
• $15 Students and Full-Time Academics

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