What You Need to Know About Mobile Security and Privacy
If these are the types of questions that keep you (or your boss) awake at night, or things you simply wonder about, you won't want to miss the next Mobile Monday Grand Rapids event. Come hear a diverse panel of legal, technology, security, and privacy experts discuss what you need to know about mobile security and privacy.
Please join us at 5:30pm for hors d'oeuvres and networking. The panel presentation will begin at 6pm sharp.
Bill Bereza: Bill Bereza’s diverse skills in the fields of software, photography, and law have been helpful to government agencies employing tens of thousands of workers, to software startups, and to small law firms. Bill did his undergraduate studies in Computer Science at GVSU, and most recently completed his JD at Thomas M. Cooley Law School and is in the process of starting a new law practice in Grand Rapids, MI. Bill co-founded Atomic Object with Carl Erickson, and prior to that worked as a software developer at the National Security Agency.
Samuel Bowles: Samuel Mikel Bowles started his 16 year career at Burger King where he held the ambiguous title of webmaster. Still a polyglot he works as a visual & interaction designer, and front end developer. He is a dedicated practitioner and international speaker on the application of light-weight methodologies such as Agile and Lean to the practice of user experience design. He is co-founder of the financial planning company Spend Wisely (creators of Chext), a member of the advisory board for Human Practice a Chicago-based health-care startup, and a software craftsman at Mutually Human.
Andrew Kalafut: Andrew Kalafut is an Assistant Professor in the GVSU School of Computing and Information Systems, where he teaches courses on computer security and information assurance. His recent research focuses on practical solutions to computer security and privacy issues. Andrew's previous work has appeared in venues such as ACM/IEEE Transactions on Networking and IEEE Security and Privacy magazine. He received his Ph.D in Computer Science from Indiana University in 2010.
Scott Dresen - As Vice President of Information Services for Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids, MI, Scott is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the development, implementation, and management of enterprise technology shared service functions for Spectrum Health and Spectrum Health subsidiaries including the delivery of enterprise operations, enterprise infrastructure management, enterprise shared services, and clinical technology. Scott is also responsible for establishing, communicating, and supporting technology architecture and enterprise application standards as well as identifying new technology opportunities for all shared service areas. Scott holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology with a minor in Computer Science from The University of Minnesota and an MBA from The University of Michigan Stephen M. Ross School of Business.