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Let's keep this meeting brief because of class projects due etc.! We will vote to defer topic to another meeting later this week.
Debrief Technical Exchange Meeting (0:20)From firstname.lastname@example.org Fri Mar 7 14:28:25 1997 Date: Fri, 7 Mar 1997 16:29:49 -0600 (CST) From: email@example.com To: AllenB@darden.virgina.edu Subject: A voice from the past.....The UC Davis group is looking for books or literature collections dealing with management fraud, or 'insider' fraud or even Industrial Espionage. I recall from past association your lectures illuminating fraud templates that were play from Phonecian times to modern day, and wonder whether you ever wrote that as a book. AT any rate, I dont know anyone better positioned to adivse me and the Davis group on where to plunge into the insider/misuse fraud problem. If you have the information at your fingertips, great, otherwise, a pointer to whom else we could ask, or an indication that this is a dry hole (in Texas-speak).Admin (0:10) HD for gateway computer (IDE or SCSI?) more RAM for Gateway (32MB) Network Card (ordered? still not here) No more Java //-port Zip drive NACIC and a possible seminar (0:20)The Joint Industry Government Security Awareness Group (JIGSAG), the DC Chapter of NCMS and NACIC will sponsor an Joint Awareness Seminar on March 25-26, 1977, at The Mitretek Corporation, 7525 Colshire Drive, McLean, Virginia. Topics for discussion at this seminar will include workplace violence, economic espionage, domestic terrorism, international security/safety, and computer hacking. On 25 March, a variety of U.S.Government agencies will be present at the seminar to display their security and counterintelligence awareness and training material. The point of contact for registration and other information is Ms. Tanya Elliott, 703-824-2784.Visit Stephanie Forrest (0:05) JAM project papers (0:05) Topics for next agenda (0:05)
Attendees: Steven Templeton, Chris, Julie, Brant, Karl (by
Notes taken by Chris Wee
Meeting began @ 12:10pm and ended @ 1:10pm
Debrief Technical Exchange Meeting (0:20) All were pleased with how the TEM went. Steven got good feedback about what types of misuse (including industrial espionage) were valid research avenues. Admin (0:10) Julie will dropping HD for gateway computer (IDE or SCSI?) more RAM for Gateway (32MB) Network Card (ordered? still not here) No more Java //-port Zip drive NACIC and a possible seminar (0:20) Steven and Chris will contact the workshop organizer. If they attend, they will also visit ORD. Visit Stephanie Forrest (0:05) Not ready. Perhaps in April. JAM project papers (0:05) Chris distributed several papers gathered from the site. We have also "appropriated" some of their WWW page standards. Topics for next agenda (0:05)