[Busec] Fwd: [Security-seminar] Fwd: Kaspersky visit to MIT on April 4

Sharon Goldberg goldbe at cs.bu.edu
Mon Mar 24 10:19:30 EDT 2014

Kaspersky coming to MIT!  This looks like a talk for a general audience.

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From: Nickolai Zeldovich <nickolai at csail.mit.edu>
Date: Sun, Mar 23, 2014 at 4:04 PM
Subject: [Security-seminar] Fwd: Kaspersky visit to MIT on April 4
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From: Duane Boning <boning at mtl.mit.edu>
Date: Sun, Mar 23, 2014 at 4:02 PM
Subject: Fwd: Kaspersky visit to MIT on April 4
To: Ron Rivest <rivest at mit.edu>, Nickolai Zeldovich <nickolai at csail.mit.edu>,
Frans Kaashoek <kaashoek at csail.mit.edu>, Silvio Micali <silvio at csail.mit.edu>,
Shafi Goldwasser <shafi at csail.mit.edu>

   This visit/seminar may be of interest to your security-oriented classes
and students.

Take care,

-------- Original Message --------  Subject: Kaspersky visit to MIT on
April 4  Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2014 19:58:43 +0000  From: Ema Kaminskaya
<ekaminsk at MIT.EDU> <ekaminsk at MIT.EDU>  To: Duane S Boning
<boning at mit.edu><boning at mit.edu>  CC:
Elizabeth A Wood <elizwood at mit.edu> <elizwood at mit.edu>, David Gamarnik
<gamarnik at mit.edu> <gamarnik at mit.edu>

 Hello Duane,

 I hope you are doing great!

 I wanted to let you know that we are bringing Eugene Kaspersky, the
founder of Kaspersky Lab to MIT on April 4th. If you believe the event
might be interesting to EECS faculty members, please forward the
annoucement below to them. Light lunch will be available before the event.

   *Cyber Inferno: Seven Circles

Thursday, April 4, 2014,  12:00 -1:30 p.m.
  In his presentation, Eugene Kaspersky will detail the evolution of
cyberthreats - from the reasonably innocuous to the deadly serious that
could cause world catastrophes. In parallel, he will indicate the
corresponding security measures that arose, are currently arising, and need
to arise in the future: from the first preventive measure - formatting
floppy discs, through simple antivirus and later Internet security suites,
and on to today's Critical Infrastructure Protection and much-needed
international cyberarms control negotiations.


E25-111 http://whereis.mit.edu/

*Sponsored by:*

MIT-Russia Program


Open to the public

*RSVP:                           *

mit-russia at mit.edu

 Thank you,
Ema Kaminskaya
 Project Coordinator
MIT Skoltech Initiative/ MIT Russia
One Broadway (E70)/One Amherst Street (E40)
Cambridge, MA 02139
Cell:+1 857 264 6172

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Sharon Goldberg
Computer Science, Boston University
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