Computer Security Day to cover cybersecurity
Speakers from across the nation in academia, industry and government will present at the 2012 Computer Security Day on Friday, April 20, in the John E. Jaqua Auditorium.
Topics for the second annual event include future trends in computer security, cybersecurity within the federal government and new research in authentication mechanisms and securing systems and data.
Last year's event drew 70 attendees from throughout the university, the community and the state. Speakers at this year’s event include:
- Radia Perlman, Intel Labs, Seattle;
- Paul Van Oorschot, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada;
- Drew Dean, DARPA, Washington, D.C.;
- Stephen Pawlowski, Intel, Hillsboro; and
- Matt Bishop, University of California, Davis.
There will also be a student poster session during the catered lunch and an opportunity to hear from UO faculty about groundbreaking new work.