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Meet academic and industry leaders for intimate discussions about new cyber threats, trends and technologies.
The Cybersecurity Lecture Series at Georgia Tech is a free, one-hour lecture from a thought leader who is advancing the field of information security and privacy. Invited speakers include executives and researchers from Fortune 500 companies, federal intelligence agencies, start-ups and incubators, as well as Georgia Tech faculty and students presenting their research. Lectures are open to all -- students, faculty, industry, government, or simply the curious. Students may register for credit under seminar course CS-8001-INF.
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Fall '17 Schedule
Join us Fridays at Noon at Georgia Tech.
Klaus Advanced Computing Building
Room KACB #1116W
266 Ferst Drive
Hans Klein, associate professor, School of Public Policy
“The Domestic Benefits of Subversive Foreign Propaganda: The RT (Russia Today) News Network and Geopolitical Muckraking”
(meets in Marcus Nanotechnology Building, Room 1117-1118, 345 Ferst Drive NW)
Tony Tauber, distinguished engineer, Comcast
"Multi-stakeholder Network Security Concerns"
Sakis Meliopoulos, associate director of cyber-physical systems, Institute for Information Security & Privacy; professor, School of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech
Margaret Loper, associate director of trust, Institute for Information Security & Privacy; chief scientist of the Information and Communications Laboratory (ICL)
Holly Dragoo, research associate with the Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research (CIPHER) Laboratory at the Georgia Tech Research Institute
"What constitutes an act of war in Cyberspace?"
Thanksgiving Week - No lecture.
Patrick McDaniel, professor and director, Institute for Network and Security Research, The Pennsylvania State University
See previous cybersecurity lectures.
Video and slides are available from speakers who permitted their presentations to be shared. Additional lectures are available online via the Georgia Tech Library System.
Previously this Fall...
Nick Nikiforakis, assistant professor, Stony Brook University
"Security and Privacy Issues of Modern Web Browsers" [Video]
Peter Swire, associate director of policy, Institute for Information Security & Privacy; professor, Scheller College of Business
“The Non-Code Aspects of Cybersecurity and the Globalization of Criminal Evidence” [Slides]
Raheem Beyah, interim chair, School of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech
“Out of Control: the expanded attack surface of control systems”
Tudor Dumitras, assistant professor, University of Maryland
"Automatic Feature Engineering: Learning to Detect Malware by Mining the Scientific Literature"
Milton Mueller, Georgia Tech School of Public Policy
“What Can Social Science Contribute to Cybersecurity Attribution Research?”
Mathias Payer, Purdue University
"Why Memory Corruption is Hard" [Video]
Terry Nelms, Pindrop Security
"Call Me: Gathering Threat Intelligence on Telephony Scams to Detect Fraud" [Video]
Joel Odom, CIPHER Lab at the Georgia Tech Research Institute
“Modern Malware and Secure Techniques for Better Software” [Video]