Hackers, Heists and Whodunits
Let’s give us best holiday season wishes and hear Cristina Posa, J.D. ’00, current U.S. Department of Justice Attaché to the U.S. Embassy in Italy, talking on cyber mysteries in a very distinguished and entertaining fashion. Following the lecture, we will tour the spectacular MUSIA living (&) arts event space: a newly-opened gem in the heart of the City, ancient and modern Roman architecture hosting a private collection of contemporary art pieces. We will then enjoy a gourmet aperitivo and toast together to the season. An exceptional event, with a fascinating talk in a hip charming location.
Cristina Posa is the U.S. Department of Justice Attaché to the U.S. Embassy in Italy, where she manages criminal justice cooperation, with emphasis on international cybercrime investigations and digital evidence. From 2007 to 2014, Ms. Posa served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of New York and was Deputy Chief of the National Security and Cybercrime Section. She was awarded the Attorney General’s Award for her work in dismantling an international cybercrime syndicate, She also has extensive federal trial experience in cases involving corruption, financial fraud, money laundering and organized crime. She is a graduate of Harvard Law School and Johns Hopkins University.
MUSIA living (&) arts event space is both an archeological site (extraordinary Pompeo rooms underground) and a contemporary art space, including both a permanent collection and temporary exhibitions. A unique place in its kind.
What: Hackers, Heists and Whodunits – A Chat with Cristina Posa
When: Wednesday, December 12, 2018 – from 6:30 pm through 9:30 pm
Where: Rome, MUSIA living (&) arts event space, Via dei Chiavari no. 7/9
Open to all Alumni and their guests. A gourmet aperitivo will be offered.
Look forward to seeing you,
Harvard Club of Italy, President