The Cybersecurity Collaboration Forum (CSCF) will consist of sessions and panel discussions on the rapidly evolving cyber challenges, threats, and remediation strategies. This joint collaboration will bring together government, industry and academia Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to share information with attendees on the latest trends, innovations, and best practices in cyber. This will also be an excellent opportunity to network with peers, and to connect with cyber professionals from across the Arizona cyber ecosystem.
Researchers and students at the University of Arizona are trying to shift the approach to cybersecurity from one of reaction to an analysis the people behind the attacks. “We have the potential to do something good by understanding the intent, the motivation, the ecosystem,” said UA Artificial Intelligence Lab Director Hsinchun Chen.
Every spring, Master’s students in the MIS688 Project Execution and Presentation class. These projects are an incredible opportunity for firms and not-for-profits to engage a team of highly educated and experienced professionals that have been vetted by a top ranked academic program. Each student team contributes at least 750 work hours towards the client project. Student teams work closely with their companies throughout the semester and present their final results at the end of the semester.
Recognizing and addressing diversity and social inclusion issues is essential in today’s world. Regardless of your gender, race, ethnicity, orientation, or beliefs, to be a successful team player and top manager, leveraging diversity is an essential skill.
A big thank you to all the sponsors, speakers, attendees and MIS students for making The Cybersecurity Forum a huge success.