In this four-part podcast series, Alan Brill, Senior Managing Director in the Cyber Risk practice of Kroll, digs into what campus-wide cybersecurity looks like, why universities have become such a rich target for hackers, and how the library fits into the effort of information protection and cybercrime prevention. Alan believes that cyberattack prevention requires collective action across an institution: the administration, registrar’s office, faculty, library staff, and more must all do their part to achieve strong, pre-emptive cybersecurity. See below for this 4-part podcast series.
About the speaker: Alan Brill is a Senior Managing Director in the Cyber Risk practice of Kroll, a fellow of the Kroll Institute.
Alan Brill is a well-known expert in cybersecurity and computer forensics, and is the author or co-author of many books and articles. His work in this field spans four decades. He was the founder of Kroll's cyber practice and has worked on cyber issues in both the public and private sectors. He formerly served as a Director in the New York City Department of Investigation, a Major in the Army and he worked at the NASA Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston during the Apollo moon landing project. Alan teaches in the Terrorist Use of Cyberspace program of the NATO Center of Excellence for Defense Against Terrorism and is an Adjunct Professor in the LLM and M.Jur programs of the Texas A&M University School of Law.