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NYU Engineering Dean Invites IEEE members to White House Cyber Security Staff Lecture
by John Teehan - Monday, February 24, 2014, 04:34 PM
 
Reducing the Nation's Cyber Risk: White House Insights on the President's Critical Infrastructure Framework

Monday, March 10, 2014, 9:00 am - 11:30 am EDT
Admission is Free.

President Obama's Cyber Security Executive Order 13636 calls for an intensive effort to adopt a common national Framework aimed at reducing the cyber risk to our country's critical infrastructure. This event, featuring the White House Director of Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, Samara Moore, together with a panel of senior Administration officials, explores the wide-ranging impact the President's new policy will have on US industry. The White House Director will address the implications of the new Cybersecurity Framework on nearly all industries. Speakers provide insight on the proposed Framework on such critical infrastructure sectors as energy, finance, healthcare, communications, transportation, water, chemicals, IT, defense, manufacturing, and nuclear, among others. If you are responsible for cyber infrastructure, or if you are a supplier of goods or services to any organization in the DHS Critical Infrastructure – you will be impacted. Be among the first to learn how the President's action will affect your company. For more information, please visit: http://engineering.nyu.edu/sloanseries/cyber-risk.php

To attend this lecture in person, please RSVP here or watch the live stream here: http://engineering.nyu.edu/live
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2013 THREADS ”Cyber Fast Track” Conference
by John Teehan - Monday, November 4, 2013, 10:44 AM
 

This year’s THREADS conference highlights some of the best tools and products to come out of the Cyber Fast Track program, and gives you the opportunity to hear from the researchers themselves. Keynote speakers are Peiter “Mudge” Zatko and Richard Guidorizzi. THREADS takes place on November 14, 2013 in conjunction with Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW) at NYU-Poly in New York City. Admission is $125, IEEE Members qualify for a 20% Discount using code IEEE. For more information, visit csaw.isis.poly.edu/threads/ or email csaw-threads@isis.poly.

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NYU-Poly Free Lecture on Cybersecurity and Big Data
by John Teehan - Tuesday, September 24, 2013, 02:49 PM
 

Reclaim Your Name: Privacy in the World of Big Data

Wednesday, October 23rd at 10:00am EDT

Admission is Free.

In NYU-Poly’s third, eagerly anticipated Sloan Cyber Security Lecture, Federal Trade Commissioner Julie Brill explores the expanding collection and use of Big Data in the marketplace, recognizing the challenges it presents for consumers and businesses--as well as for agencies like the Federal Trade Commission, responsible for safeguarding both. Commissioner Brill embraces the enormous benefits offered by Big Data analytics, but also believes it presents fundamental challenges to traditional notions of individual privacy. She encourages the highly decentralized community of Big Data purveyors to adopt practices that follow laws that already govern the way data can be used and calls for industry to engage in robust de-identification of consumer data. She concludes by taking us through her comprehensive initiative, "Reclaim Your Name," to give consumers knowledge and tools to reassert control over their personal data. For more information, please visit: http://www.poly.edu/sloanseries/reclaim-your-name.php

To attend this lecture in person, please RSVP here or watch the live stream here: www.poly.edu/live


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