The Center for Cybersecurity is committed to sharing the expertise of its faculty, students, and research partners and peers in many forms, including panel discussions, workshops, and conference presentations. This page compiles links to a number of recent presentations, sponsored or cosponsored by CCS.
CSAW Panels and Workshops
Though CSAW may be better known for its innovative competitions, for the past few years it has also hosted a number of panel discussions and lectures dealing with such critical issues as protecting critical infrastructure and protecting emerging 5G technologies from cyber risks.
You can access five presentations from the 2021 CSAW event at https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=PLhwo5ntex8iaamllWLLUSOUaSIV3aicV2.
Women Leaders in Cybersecurity Program
The Women Leaders in Cybersecurity program moved from live to virtual workshops in 2020, but remain a focal point for discourse on important technical issues in the field. Participants include distinguished representatives from business, law, technology and government.
The most recent presentation, held on July 12, 2022, focused on Cyber Risk: Increasing Board and Executive Accountability, and specifically on the role top leadership plays in cybersecurity practice and policy. The discussion covered the important legal, technological, ethical, and policy issues at stake in enhancing board and executive accountability for cyber risk. You can watch the presentation at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGXCCdkNakw&t=2s.
An earlier presentation, Critical Cybersecurity Updates: Digital Extortion; International Supply Chain Attacks; and Critical Infrastructure Risk, was held on December 7, 2021. It can be viewed at https://www.womenleadersincybersecurity.org/wlc-2021-critical-cybersecurity-updates
Attacks on Power Grids
Attacks on Power Grids
POWER GRID CYBER SECURITY: CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES
EXAMINING INDIRECT ATTACKS ON URBAN POWER GRIDS
Digital Manufacturing Cybersecurity Panel Discussion Series
For two years, a cross-disciplinary team that includes Dr. Nikhil Gupta, Dr. Ramesh Karri, Dr. Hammond Pearce, and Ph.D. candidate Gary Mac has organized a series of panel discussions targeting cybersecurity threats in the arena of digital manufacturing. The sessions are presented under a grant from the National Science Foundation.
2021 DIGITAL MANUFACTURING CYBERSECURITY PANEL DISCUSSION
Role of Professional Societies in Digital Manufacturing Security
Securing Machines and Processes in Digital Manufacturing
Diversity & Inclusion in Research and Workforce
Securing IP and Supply Chain
2020 DIGITAL MANUFACTURING CYBERSECURITY PANEL DISCUSSION
Intellectual Property Protection
Increasing Diversity in Cyber-Physical System Research and Workforce
Design, Materials and Sensor-based Solutions
Threat Modeling and Solutions