Four days -- two major events!
The 15th Annual CERIAS Security Symposium
Purdue University, March 26-27, 2014
We're living in a time of transition. Cyberthreats are increasing and becoming more sophisticated, victimized organizations are cooperating with competitors and fighting back, and the discussion of expected privacy has become front-page news. These topics, and more, will be explored at the 15th Annual CERIAS Security Symposium. Join the conversation amongst academic educators and researchers, commercial R&D engineers, government researchers, and industry practitioners as we examine the current state, possible solutions and emerging technologies addressing issues of information assurance, security, privacy and cybercrime.
CERIAS Symposium activities will include:
- Amy S. Hess
- Executive Assistant Director of Science and Technology, Federal Bureau of Investigation
- George Kurtz
- President/CEO and Co-Founder, CrowdStrike
Featured Technical Presentation:
- Josh Corman
- Chief Technology Officer, Sonatype
- APT, Threat Actors and Trends in Cybercrime
- Sharing Incident Data While Under Attack
A "Two Views" Discussion
- Security Plus (not Versus) Privacy
Security Research and Project Poster Session
Featuring a selection of the 60+ projects currently in progress by by CERIAS faculty and students. Meet the researchers while hearing about their work.
The event has a number of built-in opportunities for social and professional networking, and exploration of new opportunities. CERIAS partners will be provided an exclusive opportunity for recruiting CERIAS students for internships and employment; non-partners can find out more about joining the CERIAS consortium. Attendees may also schedule other visits and tours while on campus.
For more information and to register visit:
The 9th Annual International Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security
Purdue University, March 24-25, 2014
CERIAS Symposium attendees are invited to join the ICCWS conference being held the two days prior to the CERIAS Symposium. The ICCWS provides an opportunity for the cyber warfare and security community of interest and practice to gather and exchange their views on the current state of the security research, governance and implementation. The conference is intended to draw an audience of practitioners, researchers, consultants and regulators from academia, business and government.
CERIAS Symposium attendees will receive a discount off ICCWS registration. For more information on ICCWS-2014 visit:
We hope to see you at Purdue the week of March 24!