Richard J.B. Campbell, founder and chief executive officer of Securiant, Inc., a provider of network security and management services for the mid-size enterprise will speak on “My Network vs. MySpace: Beating Students at their Own Game” on Wednesday, June 13, 2007 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. at the Alabama Educational Technology Conference (AETC) 2007, taking place at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex, Birmingham, Alabama.
In the one hour concurrent session Mr. Campbell will discuss how K-12 organizations can address inappropriate web content and the explosion of social websites like MySpace and YouTube while effectively securing their networks with a limited staff and budget.
Several academic institutions providing K12 to college-level education use Securiant’s network security products and services. These include Atlanta Public Schools, DeKalb County Schools, Fulton County Schools, Mesabi Range C&T College, Saint Augustine’s College and Spelman College.
Securiant will be exhibiting at Booth number 603 during the technology conference which runs from June 12-15, 2007.
About the Alabama Educational Technology Conference (AETC)
Now in its 13th year the Alabama Educational Technology Conference (AETC) focuses on providing proven and practical solutions to the challenges facing the educator in the area of instruction and integrating technology into the classroom. With the theme of “Technology – Keys to the Future” the 2007 conference will assemble 2,000 educators and industry leaders and provide access to concurrent sessions, general sessions, vendor exhibits and hands-on workshops from June 12-15, 2007. For further information visit http://www.aetc.cc