Confessions of a Hacker
Interhack's Matt Curtin will be at the October 7, 2003 meeting of The Ohio State University chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). Entitled, “Confessions of a Hacker,” the talk promises to be an entertaining and thought-provoking look at computing, aimed at students looking to enter the field.
Points to be included:
- What is the information technology landscape like?
- Where is IT going?
- Who will thrive, and who will not make it?
ACM Kickoff meeting:
- October 7th, Tuesday
- 5:30 - 7:00PM
- The Ohio State University, Dreese Laboratories (DL) 263 (Subject to change to possibly DL480)
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About the Speaker
C Matthew Curtin, CISSP is the founder of Interhack Corporation, an information assurance and forensic computing firm. He is also a Lecturer at The Ohio State University's Department of Computer and Information Science. Matt is the author of Developing Trust: Online Privacy and Security (Apress, 2001) and is presently at work on his next book, recounting his efforts in the 1997 fall of the US Government standard for data encryption. He is a member of the ACM, IEEE Computer Society, USENIX Association, ISSA, and probably others that he cannot remember off of the top of his head.