Friday, November 26, 2010

CEO to discuss computer fraud and how to stop

By: Nancy Raskauskas | Posted the | October 21, 2010 | Comments off

CORVALLIS - Greg Pierson, founder and CEO of iovation Inc., is the speaker following in Oregon State University entrepreneur in residence lecture series.

His free, public lecture begins at noon on Thursday, November 4, in the construction and engineering Auditorium LaSells Stewart Center of OSU. Pierson talk is entitled "" how you stop fraud 100,000 computers someday? ""

Pierson says it is committed to helping make Internet a safer place for people to conduct business and interact with eux.En 2004, he began the company iovation and invented "device reputation" - a way for businesses to identify hackers and thieves on their Web sites and keep for good.Today iovation stops 100,000 fraudulent activity online every day.

In his presentation, Pierson share what kind of fraud and abuse of iovation stops, how they are doing, and why it is important for businesses and consumers.

In addition to the Conference, will be at a luncheon of the Faculty at 1: 30 pm and talk with students in a fireside chat, to 3 h.Pour RSVP for faculty or student events, e-mail or call 541-713-8044.

The tone is sponsored by Austin entrepreneurship program and the school of electrical and computer engineering at OSU.

-Angela Yeager, Oregon State University

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