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Chief Technology Officer Discusses IT Security at Conference

James E. CunninghamPennsylvania College of Technology’s chief technology officer discussed security for the campus computer network during last month’s national EDUCAUSE conference at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.

James E. Cunningham provided his colleagues with advice on “Developing an Effective and Affordable Security Infrastructure in a Small College Environment.”

Billed as the “premier IT event in higher education,” the conference provides attendees with the professional-development knowledge they need to tackle current issues and prepare for future challenges.

Cunningham’s presentation, about the challenges of creating and implementing an effective IT-security strategy in a relatively small higher-education environment, was so successful that the organization has requested he turn it into an article for the bimonthly EDUCAUSE Review magazine.

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