ADELPHI, Md. (Nov 1. 2016)―Join University of Maryland University College (UMUC) for “Interconnected and Unprotected: The Cybersecurity Dilemma,” a one-day symposium that brings together leading cybersecurity experts to provide insight into the challenges, concerns, solutions and new opportunities in this vast arena called “cyber.” Attend on-site or online.
When: Friday, Nov. 4, 2016 from 11:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Where: UMUC Largo Academic Center Auditorium, 1616 McCormick Drive, Largo, Maryland, 20774. You may also attend online.
Registration: Visit umuc.edu/cyberday to attend on-site or online.
Hear from keynote speakers Deborah Frincke, Ph.D., Director of Research at the National Security Agency/Central Security Service, and David DeVries, newly appointed Chief Information Officer at the Office of Personnel Management. Paul Cunningham, Department of Energy’s Chief Information Security Officer, will moderate a diverse panel of cyber experts from the private and public sectors.
Topics will include:
- Election Hacking: What is the likelihood that our upcoming election or future elections will be hacked and how do we ensure that election results represent the true intent of the voters?
- Internet of Things: What are the privacy and security implications of the Internet of Things (IoT) and how can businesses secure vulnerability and exploitation issues due to IoT?
- Cyber Careers: What trends are driving the industry? What jobs are in demand? How do we ensure we have a skilled workforce? What can students do to prepare? How do we do we increase the pool of qualified employees through security clearances?
Register to attend on-site or online:umuc.edu/cyberday.