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IT Security SIG

This article applies to: Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

The IT Security SIG is a monthly meeting open to all Cornell security liaisons, technical support providers, and those interested in learning more about security-related topics. The primary goal is to raise awareness about security and policy issues relevant to the Cornell environment and to better equip IT support providers to accomplish their work.

The IT Security SIG is sponsored by the Cornell IT Security Office.

Recent Topics:

IT Security Office Updates; Application Whitelisting; Inventorying Sensitive Data; Impact, Remediation, and Lessons Learned from a Significant Incident; Incident Response; and Export Controls.

Meets: The IT Security SIG meets via Zoom on the second Wednesday of each month from 10:30am–12noon. Announced on and the IT Security - SIG channel on Microsoft Teams.

Get Involved: or contact a Steering Committee member.

Contact an Organizer: IT Security SIG Steering Committee — Tom Davko, Eric Wiessinger, Dave Botsch, Pete Caforio, Michael Sprague, Doug Parry, and Matthew Hartwig.


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