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
- 1/15 Amie Stepanovich - Cyber War Z
- 1/20 Eric Wustrow - Combating Internet Censorship from the Network Perspective
- 1/27 Kevin Gifford - Spectrum Utilization
- 2/03 Bruce Schneier - Securing Society by Hacking Society
- 2/24 Ken Fellman - The Local Government Role in Deployment of Wireless Communications Facilities
- 3/03 Seth Spielman - Useless but Secure? Data Privacy and Security in the Federal Statistical System
- 3/10 Ethan Puchaty - Establishing trust as a Cybersecurity Fundamental for Areospace Systems
- 3/17 Joseph Murdock - Cyber Conflicts & Geopolitics
- 3/24 Gretchen Bliss - An Untraditional Circuitous Cybersecurity Path
- 4/07 Michael Jenkins - Why " Staying in your Own Lane" is a Bad Idea
- 4/14 Katarina Kann - Natural Language Processing
- 4/21 Tamara Lehman - Design Strategies for Efficient and Secure Memory, and Beyond
- 4/28 Brian Keegan - TBA