|Seminar explores public health issues and Internet surveillance|
|March 01, 2004|
"Reaching the Disconnected Internet" is the topic of a Tuesday (March 2) lecture to be given by Paul Burden, vice president of Cyveillance, an Arlington, Va.-based company specializing in helping organizations monitor the Internet for identity theft, fraud, security risks, non-compliant product distribution and trademark infringement.
The lecture is sponsored by the UNC School of Public Health and runs from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. in 2301 McGavran-Greenberg Hall.
Burden, who serves as a member of the School of Public Health's Advisory Council, has more than 20 years experience in the information technology field, much of it working for Microsoft. He spent 12 years running the Federal Systems Division of Microsoft - a division that he founded. Microsoft recognized Burden for building the most successful business division in the United States. In his last year with the company, Burden was the director of Internet marketing for Microsoft's Eastern region.
For more information, contact Kurt Ribisl at 843-8042 or firstname.lastname@example.org.For further information please contact Lisa Katz by email at Lisa_Katz@unc.edu