OSU Cybersecurity Day Features State of Ohio Speakers

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The Office of the Chief Information Officer marks Cybersecurity month on October 16 with presentations scheduled throughout the day in 202 Pfahl Hall. For the morning sessions, staff from the CIO's Cybersecurity group discuss Ohio State's security policy and standards. The afternoon session spotlights identity theft and privacy issues with guest speakers Sol Bermann who is the privacy officer for the State of Ohio and Matthew Hellman, from the Ohio Attorney General's Office. Everyone interested in these timely issues is welcome and encouraged to attend, says Cybersecurity Director Charles Morrow-Jones.

Ohio State Cybersecurity Day Agenda
202 Pfahl Hall

8:00 am Registration

8:30 - 10:00 am
OSU's Information Technology Policies and Standards - the Cilff's Notes (TM) version
Chuck Morrow-Jones, Director of Cybersecurity, Office of the CIO

An Overview of OIT's Efforts to Implement the MCSS
Charlie Clay, Associate Director, OIT Networking and Telecommunications

10:00 - 10:30 am
Break; Registration resumes

10:30 am - Noon
Three proposed Information Technology Security Standards:

The Critical Server Standard
Chuck Morrow-Jones, Director of Cybersecurity, Office of the CIO
The Database Server Standard
Steve Romig, Associate Director of Cybersecurity, Office of the CIO
The Web Server Standard
Seth Hall, Senior Security Engineer, Cybersecurity, Office of the CIO

Noon - 1:00 pm
Registration continues

1:00 - 2:30 pm
Identity Theft and the Ohio PASSPORT Program
Matt Hellman, Assistant Section Chief, Crime Victims Services Section, Ohio Attorney Generals' Office

2:30 - 3:00 pm
Break; Registration concludes

3:00 - 4:30 pm
Privacy Issues
Sol Bermann, Privacy Officer, Office of Information Technology, State of Ohio

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