Lessons Learned From the Retrocomputing Community
Courtney Falk, Optiv
Next-Generation Digital Forensic Analysis
The weekly security seminar has been held every semester since spring of 1992. We invite personnel at Purdue and visitors from outside to present on topics of particular interest to them in the areas of computer and network security, computer crime investigation, information warfare, information ethics, public policy for computing and security, the computing "underground," and other related topics.
Students at Purdue can get 1 credit hour of CS 591S course credit by attending the seminar. Interested students should contact the instructor, Professor Spafford.
The seminar is open to everyone, on-campus or off. See the logistics page for information on place and time of seminars, and information on how to get on the mailing list for weekly reminders.
People interested in speaking at the seminar may also contact Professor Spafford.
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