Rep. Langevin presents cybersecurity lecture on Nov. 5
NEWPORT, R.I. – U.S. Rep. Jim Langevin (D-RI), co-founder of the Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus and co-chair of the bipartisan CSIS Commission on Cybersecurity, will be a guest of Salve Regina’s graduate “Terrorism and Transnational Crime” class when he speaks on the topic Tuesday, Nov. 5 at Bazarsky Lecture Hall on Ochre Point Avenue.
Open to members of the Salve Regina community, including students in all disciplines, Rep. Langevin will present his lecture from 6 to 6:30 p.m. and then be available for questions from 6:30 to 7 p.m. While the lecture is not open to the public, the media is invited to attend.
The Congressman will lecture to Salve Regina students as the guest of Col. Michael Mahony, adjunct professor, who teaches Terrorism and Transnational Crime, as well as Challenges to Counter Terrorism. Mahony, a former combat pilot and battalion commander in the U.S. Army who served four tours of duty in Iraq, is program manager at Strategy and Management Services, Inc. of Springfield, Va., which provides strategy, management and systems engineering services to federal agencies and commercial clients.