Harrisburg University Faculty Member to Lead Discussion in Philadelphia on Government Data Breach

One of the nation’s authorities on cyber security will lead a discussion about the OPM Data Breach of 2015– the largest breach of data in U.S. government history–and how it impacts today’s private industry, startups and entrepreneurs during a free event in Philadelphia.

Lisa Schlosser, former Federal Deputy Chief Information Officer/Deputy Associate Administrator, Executive Office of the President and a member of the faculty for Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, will lead the discussion, The Biggest Cybersecurity Breach in U.S. Government History: What the Private Sector and Start Ups Can Learn.

The no-cost event is scheduled for 3-5 p.m., Thursday, October 5, at WeWork, located at 1601 Market Street in Philadelphia, PA.   The event will include light hors d’oeuvres and cocktails.

Schlosser will cover how the breach occurred, the response, the impact and how the breach changed the course of cybersecurity in the U.S. Federal Government and the private sector.

There is no charge for the event but an RSVP is required.  RSVP by October 2nd via email to DSpaar@HarrisburgU.edu or 717.901.5139.