A CLE and Professional Education Seminar Series
January - April 2014
OUR THIRD 'FORENSIC FRIDAYS' SESSION IN THE 2014 SPRING SERIES WILL BE ON MARCH 21, 2014:
"The Role of Computer Forensics in Data Breach Response.""
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1 - 4:30 p.m.
Africa Room, Duquesne Union, Duquesne University
As the world's reliance on digital data grows, so too do data breaches, with consequences ranging from identity theft to privacy invasions to serious business disruption. Please join attorney J. Alexander Hershey of Clark Hill Thorp Reed, together with experts from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the CERT® Coordination Center, and a leading security incident response management firm, for this examination of the legal framework, as well as the various technical, public relations, business and law enforcement issues involved in data breach incident response.
This program is approved by the Pennsylvania CLE Board for three (3) of substantive CLE credits.
Also, please note the following date of our remaining seminar:
Friday, April 11
Emerging Topics and Current Research in Sexual Assault Investigation
9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
In the ongoing struggle to protect would-be victims from sexual predators, great advances are being made in forensic nursing research and practice, from strangulation assessment to the photographic documentation of injuries. Please join UPMC Mercy sexual assault nurse examiner Debra Shane, Duquesne University School of Nursing Professor Kathleen Sekula, and other clinical and legal experts for this full-day collaboration with the Duquesne University School of Nursing.
In keeping with its longtime mission of bridging the knowledge gap between legal and scientific professionals, the Wecht Institute is pleased to announce Forensic Fridays, a series of monthly seminars geared toward offering the region's attorneys, nurses, physicians and others a firmer grounding in many of the scientific disciplines upon which their work relies and their application to the criminal, civil and family justice systems. Offered both individually and as a package, these seminars are designed to confer both educational value and continuing education credit to working professionals in a variety of fields allied with the practice of forensic science.
**Pricing Information is available on the registration page. The link to that and other pages regarding this seminar series is on the right side of this page. We do welcome walk-ins. If you have not yet registered for a seminar by the day of the event, please register at the seminar rather than online. Thank you!
*Discounts are available as follows:
DU Alumni: 20%
Senior Citizens (65+): 20%
Military Veterans: 20%
*As always, all members of the Duquesne community - students, faculty, and staff may register free of charge. However, the Institue does ask Duquesne faculty and staff to pay a service fee of $5.00 for half-day seminars and $10.00 for full day seminars. If you have any questions, please contact the Institute at 412-396-1330 or firstname.lastname@example.org.