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Re: Job Posting: Information Security Analyst at The University of Texas at Austin
From: Maciej Kozuszek <maciej.kozuszek () SOFTWARE COM PL>
Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2012 09:28:55 +0200

Hello Charlie,

My name is Maciej Kozuszek. I'm a product manager of eForensics Magazine and PenTest Magazine. I also do have a close relations with Hakin9 Magazine. I've just noticed your posting on SECURITY () LISTSERV EDUCAUSE EDU mailing list, regarding recruitment.

I was wondering if perhaps University of Texas at Austin wouldn't be interested in posting this information to our magazines. Allover we have about 113 000 IT Security professionals in our databases, and I think that this could be of a value for you. In return we would request nothing more than just promoting our publications to the group of IT Security oriented staff / students in University of Texas at Austin,

Please let me know if you'd be interested in the above,

Warm regards,

Maciej Kozuszek
PenTest Magazine Product Manager
PenTest Laboratory Product Manager
eForensics Magazine Product Manager


Software Media Sp. z o.o. SK

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W dniu 2012-08-14 21:57, Charlie Scott pisze:
The Information Security Office at the University of Texas at Austin is looking for an Information Security Analyst to 
be part of our Risk Management team.  This team performs network vulnerability assessments, application vulnerability 
assessments, and risk assessments for departments, colleges, schools, and research units on campus.  It is primarily a 
technical position with a dash of policy/compliance/awareness work.

Additional information can be found here:


Thank you,
Information Security Office
The University of Texas at Austin
"Securus * Vigilare * Insanus"

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