Microsoft Employee to Speak on Security, Privacy Issues

Michael Angelo, security manager in Government Engagements for the Microsoft Corporation, is this year’s Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer.

Angelo will visit from Seattle, and give two lectures April 13.

He will speak on "New Threats for Security in Large Scale Systems" from noon-1 p.m., in the McCreight Classroom on the campus of Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM), A.T. Still University. “Security vs. Privacy is the topic of his lecture from 7:30-8:30 p.m., in Truman's Student Union Building Alumni Room.

Angelo has almost 30 years of experience in the computer industry with more than 20 in the area of designing, implementing, managing and supporting secure Intranets and Internets. He currently holds 39 patents and was recognized as the Inventor of the Year for the city of Houston, in 2003.

For more information on the Sigma Xi Lecture, visit

Sigma Xi is scientific research society with the mission of honoring scientific accomplishments, encouraging and enhancing worldwide appreciation and support for original investigation in science and technology and fostering worldwide a creative and dynamic interaction among science, technology and society. The Kirksville chapter joins Truman and KCOM students and professors.

Contact Laura Fielden at 785.4624 or by e-mail at for more information on Sigma Xi or the lecture event.

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