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September 21, 2001
CONTACT: Phil Sneiderman

Congresswoman Morella Will Discuss
Information Security at Sept. 24 Seminar at Hopkins

The Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute will kick off its fall seminar series on Monday, Sept. 24, with an address by Constance A. Morella, the U.S. Representative from the 8th District in Maryland. She will speak on ""A Congressional Perspective on Information Security and Privacy."

The congresswoman's presentation will begin at noon in Room 101, Ross Jones Building, in the Mattin Center on the University's Homewood campus, 3400 N. Charles St, Baltimore. The event is free and open to the university community and others interested in the topic.

The hour-long program is part of a lecture series organized by the new institute. JHUISI was established last December to tackle the complex technological, legal, ethical and public policy challenges of keeping information private and computer systems secure in an increasingly electronic world.

The institute will conduct research and offer courses, drawing on experts from nearly every school and division in the university. It will work in partnership with industry and government agencies.

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