Planning to Fail: Continuing to Get It Wrong
COLUMBUS, OHIO (April 16, 2004) -- Interhack's Matt Curtin will deliver a keynote talk as part of Security Week at The Ohio State University. On April 26, Curtin will deliver the talk, “Planning To Fail: Continuing To Get It Wrong” at the Faculty Club Grand Lounge on the campus of The Ohio State University.
It has been said that a failure to plan is a plan to fail. While computer security research has been active for more than thirty years, the practice lags decades behind the theoretical state of the art. We will consider trends in the cost and frequency of failure in security, the forces shaping these trends, and strategies for managing security rationally.
About CyberSecurity Week at Ohio State
The Office of the Chief Information Officer, in conjunction with its Enterprise Networking Security Group, has scheduled CyberSecurity week at Ohio State for April 26-30. During CyberSecurity Week, there will be a featured speaker discussing a security related topic each afternoon.
There is no charge or pre-registration for the events. Everyone, whether affiliated with Ohio State or not, is welcome to attend. Please plan to attend as many of the seminars as your schedule permits.
More information is available online at cio.osu.edu/cybersecurity/.
Founded in 1997 as a private research group, Interhack has built its reputation for technical excellence and brought its pioneering expertise to market since its incorporation in 2000. The Columbus-based professional services firm now has practice areas in information assurance, forensic computing, and outsourced IT. Interhack can be found on the Web at web.interhack.com.