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Google-UMD Cybersecurity Seminar: The State of the Hack
Kevin Mandia - Chief Executive Officer, Mandiant
Thursday, September 27, 2012, 5:00-6:00 pm Calendar
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Kevin Mandia, Chief Executive Officer of Mandiant and nationally recognized leader on incident response and computer forensics, will discuss "the state of the hack" from his perspective in this fast-paced, engaging lecture.


Kevin Mandia is the Chief Executive Officer of MANDIANT. Actively involved with the Information Security industry for more than 17 years, Kevin leads at MANDIANT by example, assisting attorneys, corporations, and government organizations with information security compliance, complex litigation support, computer forensics, expert testimony, network attack and penetration testing, fraud investigations, computer security incident response, and counterintelligence matters.

Kevin founded MANDIANT in 2004, to specifically bring the brightest minds in Incident Response and Computer Forensics to solve some of the most pressing Information Security threats and challenges. Mandia has co-authored Incident Response: Performing Computer Forensics (McGraw-Hill, 2003) and Incident Response: Investigating Computer Crime (McGraw-Hill, 2001).  He also has served as an expert in interviews with various print and broadcast media, including NPR, CBS, CNN, NBC News, and Fox News.

In 2011, Kevin received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year®  Greater Washington Award.  A respected and experienced instructor, Kevin has developed specialized classes for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the United States Attorney’s Office, United States Secret Service, United States Air Force, State Department, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and other government agencies.


This talk is organized by Eric Chapman