Events 2011-2012

Events 2011-2012

Academic Year July 2011-June 2012

An Analysis of Recent Attempts to Protect Intellectual Property on the Internet
Speakers: Evan Misshula and Douglas Salane
Center for Cybercrime Studies
Presented at the International Conference on Global Perspectives on Justice, Security and Human Rights
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Date: Friday, June 7

High Technology Criminal Investigations Association Meeting
Moderator: Dennis Dragos
Detective, NYPD Cyber Crime Squad
Presentation: CISCO Systems, IPv6 Security
Date: Friday, May 11

For A Free Digital Society
Speaker: Dr. Richard Stallman
Founder, Free Software Foundation
Date: Tuesday, March 27
Abstract

Digital Forensics Crime Labs
Speaker: Monique Ferraro, M.S., J.D., CISSP, Founder, Technology Forensics, LLC
Adjunct Professor, Forensic Computing Program, John Jay College
Date: Wednesday, March 21
Abstract

Virtual Pornography and How to Address It
Speaker:
Nancy Gertner
Professor of Practice, Harvard Law School
Judge, United States District Court for Massachusetts (ret.)
Date: Friday, March 2
Abstract

NYC4SEC February Meeting
How to Acquire Locked Files from a Running Windows System
Speaker: Pär Österberg Medina
Foundstone Professional Services
Date: Thursday, February 16

Analyzing Search-Engine Manipulation Campaigns
Extended Abstract
Speaker: Nicolas Christin
Carnegie Mellon University
Associate Director and Faculty, Information Networking Institute
Senior Systems Scientist, CyLab
Date: Thursday, January 19

Security Challenges in Cyberspace
Speaker: Evan Misshula
Criminal Justice Doctoral Program
Douglas Salane, Center for Cybercrime Studies
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Date: Friday, December 9

Computer Security in an Insecure World
2011 Greater New York Dental Meeting
Speaker: Douglas Salane
Center for Cybercrime Studies
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Date: Tuesday, November 29

Security Risk Analysis
Speaker: Carl S. Young
Adjunct Professor
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Managing Director and Chief Security Officer
Stroz & Friedberg, LLP
Abstract
Date: Tuesday, November 22

NYC4SEC November Meeting
The Advanced Persistent Threat
Speaker: Eric Huber
Consortium of Digital Forensic Specialists
Date: November 16

FTC: Anatomy of a Data Security/Privacy Investigation and the Future of Privacy
Speaker: Kristin Cohen
Federal Trade Commission
Date: Thursday, November 10

Examining Civilian Involvement in Domestic and International Cyber Conflicts
Speaker: Tom Holt
School of Criminal Justice
Michigan State University
Date: Monday, October 24
Abstract

NYC 4 SEC October Meeting
Various Topics: Security Discloure, SCADA attacks, IR Challenges
Speaker: member roundtable discussion
Date: Wednesday, October 19