In the rapidly developing landscape of mobile phones, connected devices, and social networks, new vulnerabilities exist for motivated adversaries to exploit. Failure to prioritize cyber security strategy can be fatal to the long-term success of businesses of all sizes.
On Tuesday, November 20, attendees of the WHIPgroup Tech Entrepreneur Meetup will learn how leading researchers view the ongoing challenges of cyber security and the need for businesses and IT providers to design holistic, system-integrative security from the ground up.
Our speaker is Laurent Michel, Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Connecticut. Professor Michel is co-Director for Comcast Center of Excellence for Security Innovation—host of the highly successful CyberSEED conference since 2015 (https://csi.uconn.edu/cybersecurity-week/). He also serves as Director for Synchrony Cybersecurity Center and co-Director for Connecticut Cybersecurity Center.
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