Head of Alcoa’s IT Security to Keynote Ethics Event at Duquesne
Alan Levine, chief information security officer at Alcoa, will speak at Duquesne University's Beard Institute Distinguished Ethics Speaker event on Tuesday, Jan. 28.
The event, free and open to the public, will start at 4:30 p.m. in the Pappert Lecture Hall of the Bayer Learning Center.
Levine will discuss proper and improper use of the Internet, what constitutes information security, the discovery of electronic records, electronic eavesdropping and more.
The Distinguished Ethics Speaker Series is part of the Beard Institute's mission to support ethics education in the Palumbo-Donahue School of Business. In its 25th year, the series brings together students, faculty and invited guests from the regional business community to explore a variety of ethical and community issues, encouraging an in-depth reflection on problems of human values in contemporary society.
For more information, contact Dawn Baird at 412.396.5259.
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