Securing the Human


One-day conference featuring distinguished guest speakers and SANS Training


Studio Theatre Concourse
Public Affairs Center, 1st Floor
Conference Room C/D
University of Illinois at Springfield


March 11, 2011
SANS Registration 7:00 a.m.
(optional, limited seats available, must pre-register)
General Registration 8:30 a.m.
Pre-registration required a by March 1


$35 Registration Fee
Includes refreshments and lunch


Computer Science Department,
University of Illinois at Springfield

Center for Systems Security & Information Assurance

InfraGard Springfield Members Alliance

About the Theme:

Many attackers today target the human, bypassing most security controls and using techniques such as social engineering to get the information they want. Awareness, not just technology, is now a key factor in an organization's goal to:

  • Reduce risk
  • Protect its reputation
  • Improve governance
  • Be compliant

Our goal is with this conference is to offer information to allow you and your organization to secure employees, contractors, IT staff, and management against these risks. We hope you will learn who is targeting the human and how the human is being attacked so you and your employees will learn how to protect yourselves, your organization, and your families.

(adapted from Lance Spitzner)

As in past years, we also endeavor to offer other topics at the conference to diversify and enrich your experience.

Conference Chair

Janis Rose
UIS Computer Science Department
(217) 206-8246
InfraGard Springfield Chapter President