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Mid-Atlantic Corporate ITSecurity Conference set
MIDDLETOWN, Pa. (6/28/12)--Mid-Atlantic Corporate FCU, Middletown, Pa., will hold its second annual Information Technology (IT) and Security Conference, Aug. 13-14.

"The agenda includes guest experts who will discuss new types identity theft and deception practices, vulnerability assessments, and how the expansion of cloud computing is changing the face of technology," said Richard Carberry, Mid-Atlantic Corporate FCU's security administrator.

James Munton, an expert on deception and author of the book "The Con: How Scams Work, Why You're Vulnerable and How to Protect Yourself," will serve as the event's keynote speaker. Munton is an authority on identity theft and data breaches.

Scott Sutherland, a special agent with the FBI for more than 24 years, will serve as the conference's closing speaker. Sutherland will discuss various forms of technology and data risk for financial institutions and society. During his tenure with the FBI, Sutherland was assigned to Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia, where his work included investigating white-collar crime, public corruption and computer intrusion. He currently serves in the Philadelphia Division Field Intelligence Group.

Other topics to be addressed at the conference include virtualization and virtual security, cloud computing, new types of criminal threats, incident response plans and guidance on the 2011 Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council Supplemental Authentication in an Internet Banking Environment.


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