Our annual information security symposium will take place on March 24th and 25th, 2015.
Cybersecurity discussions have moved from the server room, to the board room, to the talking heads of the media — but all this new found mass awareness has not translated to being more secure. Major intrusions are now common place and a “standard operating procedure” within many industries. Join us for the 16th Annual CERIAS Security Symposium as we examine the current state and emerging trends in information assurance and security; and share some of the breaking research addressing the new landscape. Topical keynotes from government and industry, and in-depth panel discussions addressing current trends and needs, will highlight the two-day event. CERIAS research will be highlighted in faculty technical talks and poster sessions.
- Deborah Frincke, Ph.D., Director of Research at National Security Agency
- Sam Curry, Cheif Technology and Security Officer at Arbor Networks
- Michelle Finneran Dennedy, J.D., VP and Chief Privacy Officer at McAfee/Intel Security
We will also have our usual mix of panels, poster presentations, awards, and meet-and-greet sessions. A more detailed agenda will be posted here soon!