(ISC)2 Twin Cities March Meeting – When is a Computer Incident a Crime?

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When does your computer incident become a crime? When should you involve law enforcement? How do criminal cases proceed? Our speaker this month is FBI Special Agent Lizabeth Lehrkamp. Lizabeth is going to share her insights on when to report an incident, and how collaboration between business and governement can help to bring cyber-criminals to justice.

Special Agent Lizabeth Lehrkamp entered on duty with the FBI in February 2005 and was assigned to the Newark field office where she investigated Organized Crime and then moved on to investigating Cyber crime. In September 2010, Liz was transferred to the Minneapolis field office and was assigned to the Human Intelligence squad working cyber matters. In May 2011 Liz took over as the InfraGard Coordinator for the Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota Chapters. In September 2016 Liz moved to a Counterterrorism squad Liz received her Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson University and is a member of Society of Women Engineers. Prior to her appointment with the FBI, Liz was employed in technical sales and application engineering.

DATE AND TIME

Thu, March 16, 2017
3:00 PM – 5:00 PM CDT
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Location:

Loffler Companies, Inc.
1101 East 78th Street
Third Floor Meeting Room
Bloomington, MN 55420

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Coming Next Month –

Chris Veltsos, aka Dr Infosec, will be presenting on Professional Development – 3 Focus Areas for 2017.  He will also be discussing his new book,“Take Back Control of Your Cybersecurity Now: Game Changing Concepts on AI and Cyber Governance Solutions for Executives”

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