Join us for the Boston Conference on Cybersecurity for Secondary and High School Administrators hosted by:
Grace Cotter Regan P’12President, BC High
Adam LewisPrincipal, BC High
Jen McLarnon P'19,'21Director of Technology, BC High
Former Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) in the University of Massachusetts President's Office
In addition to being named one of the top two most influential people in cybersecurity by Security Magazine in 2016, Larry was a finalist for Information Security Executive® (ISE®) of the Year for both the Northeast Region and North America, and was also the recipient of a “People Who Made a Difference in Security” award at the SANS Cyber Defense Initiative Conference in Washington, D.C. in 2013.
Director of Computer Security and Policy at Boston College
Leads the security efforts in ITS at Boston College as Director of Computer Security and Policy. He also serves as chairman of REN-ISAC (Research and Education Networking Information Sharing and Analysis Center), a computer security incident response team for higher education.
Vice President of Digital Product Security for Stanley Black & Decker
Julie Fitton is a highly motivated and experienced leader with expert proficiency in product and corporate security, delivering comprehensive and efficient cyber protection strategies. Julie combines security industry expertise with business strategic thinking to assist in the development of security features that serve as differentiators in product positioning. Julie is currently a Vice President of Digital Product Security for Stanley Black & Decker, she serves as Trustee and Audit Committee Chair for a New England regional savings bank and is an adjunct professor at Boston College.
The FBI is the lead federal agency for investigating cyber attacks by criminals, overseas adversaries, and terrorists. The threat is incredibly serious—and growing. Cyber intrusions are becoming more commonplace, more dangerous, and more sophisticated. Our nation’s critical infrastructure, including both private and public sector networks, are targeted by adversaries. American companies are targeted for trade secrets and other sensitive corporate data, and universities for their cutting-edge research and development. Citizens are targeted by fraudsters and identity thieves, and children are targeted by online predators. Just as the FBI transformed itself to better address the terrorist threat after the 9/11 attacks, it is undertaking a similar transformation to address the pervasive and evolving cyber threat. This means enhancing the Cyber Division’s investigative capacity to sharpen its focus on intrusions into government and private computer networks. Topics of the program will include information regarding trends the FBI is seeing incyberbullying via Google Docs and TikTok. They will also share information on deepfake technology, revenge porn/non-consensual pornography, which is a trend in schools and among adults as well.( fromwww.fbi.gov )
Limited parking is available on the BC High campus. Located on the MBTA Red Line, the JFK/UMass stop is only a five-minute walk from our campus, and an above-road pedestrian bridge allows for safe passage to school grounds.