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[Micronet] Micronet Spring Meeting Schedule

Claudia A. WATERS
Hello Micronetters!
We would like to invite you to our Spring Micronet meetings in 150 University Hall. 

Micronet Spring Meeting Schedule


March, 27, 2013  Micronet Welcomes the New CIO, Larry Conrad

Wednesday,  10:30-noon, 150 University Hall 


Please see the attached bio.  

Larry welcomes your questions in advance or at the meeting.  You may send questions to [hidden email] or to [hidden email]


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April, 24, 2013, Information Risk Management and Information Security Policy
Wednesday,  10:30-noon, 150 University Hall 


Speakers:Lisa Ho, IT Policy Manager and Paul Rivers, Manager, System and
Network Security


Description:
Paul and Lisa decipher campus minimum security standards (MSSEI:
electronic information and MSSND: networked devices) within the
context of a new campus Information Risk Management Program.


Micronet meetings are for anyone interested in IT on the Berkeley campus.

 

Videos and slides from earlier meetings are at  http://micronet.berkeley.edu/node/33

 

(Please excuse the static for the first minute or two of the videos as we adjust the sound)

 

Claudia Waters

Chair of Micronet



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Claudia Waters
Manager Computing and Statistics
School of Social Welfare
University of California
(510) 643-6668

 
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