CERIAS Annual Information Security Symposium - April 3rd - 4th 2013

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Last updated: 2013-04-02

Join Purdue, commercial, non-profit and government researchers and security policy makers as we examine the state of information security through technical presentations, panel discussions, poster sessions and keynote addresses…plus a “fireside chat” to be remembered.

Keynote Addresses:

Todd Gebhart Todd Gebhart, Co-President, McAfee
(Summary)
Christopher Painter Christopher Painter, Coordinator for Cyber Issues, U.S. Department of State
(Summary)

Featured Commentary:

image The Honorable Mark Weatherford, DHS Deputy Under Secretary for Cybersecurity
(Federal spending sequestration implementation is preventing an in-person appearance by Mr. Weatherford. He will address the symposium audience by video, instead.)
(Summary)

Fireside Chat

Christopher Painter (invited), Eugene H. Spafford

Listen in while four renowned security professionals chat about security. Members of the audience will be able to suggest topics to raise.

Panel Discussions:

Security Analytics, Analysis and Measurement – How Secure are you? Given access to data and processes inside your organization, at the firewall, and from the cloud, what can you determine about the security of your organization and efficacy of your security controls. What can you really learn and understand from all this big data being collected? (Summary)

Security Education and Training – What defines a security professional? What should be taught – at what depth – as part of the profession? What should students know and how should education respond to the changes in threats, availability of technologies, and advances in pedagogy? (Summary)

NSTIC, Trusted Identities and the Internet – Various activities on the internet require differing levels of identity and authentication; from full anonymous (e.g. political speech) to highly-trusted for access to proprietary data. How do we construct models and how do we make it work across national and economic boundaries? (Summary)

‘Deep Dive’ Technical Presentations

In depth presentations by CERIAS researchers about current, major research projects.

Student Poster Competition

CERIAS students exhibit posters of their current and recent research. Over 40 current projects highlighted. Prizes will be awarded for best presentation.

Open Labs & Demos

Some of the laboratories associated with CERIAS will be open for tours and demonstrations.

And More!

One-on-one sessions, student recruiting sessions, CERIAS Awards, and the infamous ‘CERIAS Technology Speed Dating’ session.

If you stay after the symposium, Friday is the Purdue CS Department’s 50th Anniversary Celebration