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Cyber Security: Moving Targets, Networks and Power Systems ’13

Friday, May 3, 2013
Cascade Room, Atwood Memorial Center
St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN

For free on line registration and more information please visit http://web.stcloudstate.edu/ias_conf/
(Please register by April 21, 2013)

Program

8:00 Registration

8:45 – 9:00 Introductory Comments

9:00 – 10:15
Dr. Tomas Vagoun, “Federal Cyber Security R&D Strategic Plan”
Technical Coordinator, Cybersecurity Research and Development (R&D), National Coordination Office 

10:15 – 10:30 Networking and Coffee Break

10:30  – 11:45 
Dr. Himanshu Khurana, “Resilient Electric Grid Systems”, Integrated Technologies, Honeywell

11:45  – 12:30 Conference Lunch   

12:30 – 13:30
Dr. Fredrick Sheldon, “Econometrics for Trusted Cyber Infrastructure”, Senior Research Scientist in the Cyberspace Sciences and Information Intelligence Research, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

13:30 – 13:45 Coffee Break 

13:45 – 15:00
Dr. Stacy Prowell, “Cyber Warfare and Embedded Medical Device security” Chief Cyber Research Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory 

15:00 – 16:00
Dr. Daniel Bilar, “Recent Advances in Moving Targets” Chief Cyber Research Scientist, Siege Technologies 

16:00 – 17:00 Panel Discussion  –  Future Trends
Dr. Tomas Vagoun
Dr. Himanshu Khurana
Dr. Sheldon Fredrick
Dr. Stacy Prowell
Dr. Daniel Bilar

Closing Remarks

Scope:
Providing security to information systems and communications infrastructure is one of our highest national priorities.  The objectives of the Recent Advances in Moving Targets, Networks and Power Systems '2013 Symposium, the 11th meeting in a series of computer and information security workshops, are to advance knowledge about network and security, protect the national information infrastructure against threats and prepare future computer security professionals.   This symposium will bring together academia, businesses, government and industry professionals who are interested in information assurance and network and software security. This will also help business managers understand the importance of network and software security in their businesses. This symposium will provide an opportunity for faculty who are scattered in many discipline programs and areas to meet, network and discuss common interests in research, teaching and learning computer security in colleges and universities. 

Archive


News Story Publish Date

IS student Shrawin Pandey among the winners of the 26th Annual Excellence in Leadership Awards

3/10/2014
SCSU Security Conference to be held on May 3rd in the Atwood Memorial Center 4/15/2013
Congratulations to the 10 students who were awarded two-year NSF scholarships! 12/13/2012
St. Cloud Times Highlights Grant for IS Scholarships 7/10/2012
Scholarships available for IS students 5/29/2012
Information Systems Professor, Dennis Guster, recently featured in SCSU Outlook magazine 4/2/2012
HBS and the National Forensics Training Center cybercrime program featured in the St. Cloud Times 3/5/2012
Are you interested in information assurance /computer security? Check out this scholarship opportunity 1/23/2012
Free training on computer crime for law enforcement officials 1/23/2012
Congratulations, 2011 Digi-Key Collegiate Computing Competition Participants! 10/25/2011

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