Thursday, January 26, 2012
5:45 pm – 8:30 pm
National Press Club| 529 14th Street, NW | Washington, DC 20045
Member Rate – $65, Non-Member Rate – $85
Includes Keynote presentation, DMAW Annual Business Meeting, cocktails & hors d’oeuvres
Your Privacy…Does It Really Exist?
Join us for an interesting and entertaining presentation on cybersecurity! You might think what does that have to do with me, direct marketing and fundraising? Well, quite a bit actually! With the various opportunities to buy and donate through phones and computers – security and privacy issues are exploding!
Mark Rasch, the director of Cybersecurity and Privacy Consulting for CSC, is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive strategy for growing the cybersecurity and privacy consulting practice in CSC. Rasch, a lawyer and renowned author of numerous security and privacy-related articles, has lectured and taught graduate courses in cyber crime, law and technology at educational institutions across the country.
Mark was recently briefly interviewed on NBC Nightly News regarding Cybersecurity – here is the clip: Mark Rasch-NBC Nightly News
Director, Cybersecurity and Privacy Consulting
Mark Rasch is director of Cybersecurity and Privacy Consulting for CSC. He is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive strategy for growing the cybersecurity and privacy consulting practice in CSC.
Rasch’s career spans more than 25 years of corporate and government cybersecurity, computer privacy, regulatory compliance, computer forensics and incident response. He is a lawyer and recognized author of numerous security- and privacy-related articles. He teaches Cybersecurity Law at the University of Maryland.
Prior to CSC, Rash was president and co-founder of Secure IT Experts, an information security and privacy consulting company. Before that, he held managing director and senior vice president positions at various consulting firms.
Earlier in his career, Rasch was with the U.S. Department of Justice where he led the department’s efforts to investigate and prosecute cyber and high-technology crime, starting the computer crime unit within the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section, efforts which eventually led to the creation of the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the Criminal Division.
He earned his juris doctor from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in political science from the State University of New York at Albany.
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