Franklin University’s Center for Public Safety & Cybersecurity Education announces the launch its monthly lunchtime learning series “Data Bites.” The monthly lunchtime speakers series is part of the Center’s commitment to providing public safety and cybersecurity resources and events to provide access to timely and relevant information for industry professionals, as well as the communities we serve.
The inaugural event will take place on Thursday, March 22 with the topic “Investigating a Data Breach: Civil, Criminal, and Regulatory Considerations” by Justin L. Root, J.D.
About the Speaker
Justin Root currently works as Counsel at the law firm of Dickinson Wright in Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Root’s 17 years of law enforcement experience includes service as a Special Agent for the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation’s Cyber Crime Unit, as a Special Deputy United States Marshal on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Cybercrime Task Force, and as a police detective handling computer-related and white collar criminal investigations. He is a GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner and has received training from the SANS Institute, the National White Collar Crime Center, X-Ways Software Technology, and the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission. Mr. Root is also a member of the Ohio Attorney General’s Legal Cybersecurity Subcommittee. Justin received his B.A. in English from the Ohio State University and his law degree from Capital University.
Date: Thursday, March 22, 12 noon
Location: Franklin University, Main Campus, downtown, Fisher Hall
Register at databitesjroot.eventbrite.com
First 40 Registrants receive FREE LUNCH sponsored by: Dark Rhino Security
For more information on the Data Bites lunchtime learning series or other upcoming events such as the Cybersecurity Essential workshop, visit: http://bit.ly/2I61nbP
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