Cunningham to Speak as Part of a Collegis Leadership Series Seminar

Bryan Cunningham will present two seminars entitled “Information Security: From the White House Situation Room to the College Classroom” Nov. 30 as part of a Collegis Leadership Series.

Cunningham’s first seminar will take place in conjunction with the Center for Teaching and Learning’s Weekly Lunch Series at 12:30 p.m. in the Student Union Building Alumni Room.

Cunningham will also speak at 6 p.m. in the Student Union Building Alumni Room. Students, faculty, staff and the public are invited.

He will discuss a comprehensive and cost-effective approach to network security for educational and other entities potentially subject to federal law, state information security breach disclosure, and federal and state regulations. He will discuss effective strategies for mitigation of legal risks for executives for breaches of network security.

Cunningham has extensive experience in information security, intelligence and homeland security matters, both in senior U.S. government posts and the private sector. Cunningham, now a corporate information and homeland security consultant and principal at the Denver, Colo., law firm of Morgan & Cunningham LLC, most recently served as deputy legal adviser to National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice. At the White House, he drafted key portions of the Homeland Security Act.
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