The Technology, Cybersecurity & Policy Seminar Series introduces students to major topics and research at the interface of technology, cybersecurity and policy by providing a weekly series of lectures with questions and discussion. Starting in Fall 2021 seminars will be held every Monday from 4:10-5:25 p.m. 

For students in the Master of Science in Technology, Cybersecurity & Policy, the seminar series is a three-credit course (CYBR 5000) that counts toward your degree requirements. We recommend you take it in your first semester. 

Select talks are open to the general public, please see the lineup below for details. 


Spring 2021 Speaker Lineup

Fall 2020 Speaker Lineup

  • 9/2      Lucy Sanders - Is Data Biased?
  • 9/16    Elizabeth Gibbson - From Practice to Theory and Back Again
  • 9/23    Jim Lansford - LTE-V2X: Connecting Vehicles on the Path to 5G
  • 9/30    Stephen Kissler - Freedom and Responsibility in the Age of COVID-19
  • 10/7    Aaron Hansen - Industrial Control Systems Kill Chain
  • 10/14  Daniel Bennett - Overview of US Cyber Command
  • 10/21  John Shellenberger - Managing Risk in Today's Connected World
  • 10/28  Brad Bernthal - Understanding Startup Funding
  • 11/4    David Eargle - Information Security in the Orginization
  • 11/11  Paul Kolodzy - TBA
  • 11/18  Scott Maize - Did the Ground Just Move? The Changing Cybersecurity Compliance Environment in Higher Education
  • 12/2    Danny Dig - Center for IoT

Spring 2020 Speaker Lineup

  • 1/15   Glen Rodrigues - Senior Wireless & Mobility Architect, CU Boulder
  • 1/22   Dan Shields - Founder, Cryptorado; Co-Founder, Aproflow
  • 1/29   Margot Kaminski - Director of the Privacy Initiative, Silicon Flatirons
  • 2/5     Stephen Becker - Professor of Applied Mathematics, CU Boulder
  • 2/12   Scott Fox - CEO & Founder, Global View Partners
  • 2/19   Ehab Al-Shear - Professor & Director of CYBERDNA, UNC Charlotte
  • 2/26   Steve Voran - Electrical Engineer, Institute for Telecommunication Sciences (ITS-NTIA)
  • 3/4     Katie Genadek - Economist, Census Bureau & Myron Gutman - Director, CU Institute for Behavioral Sciences
  • 3/11   Amie Stephanovich - Executive Director, Silicon Flatirons
  • 3/18   Eric Burger - Research Professor of Computer Science, Georgetown University
  • 4/1     Andy Grolnick - Former CEO & President, LogRhythm
  • 4/8     Colin West - Instructor of Physics, CU Boulder
  • 4/22   Cyber K-12 Round Table