While enjoying the many benefits of living and working in an increasingly “connected” world, we may sometimes wonder if our financial accounts, data, communications, websites, social sites, and more are safe from Cyber or Physical threats.
Learn more and provide feedback about this important topic at the Cyber-Physical Systems Security Forum taking place on November 30 from 9 AM – 2 PM at Boise State’s Alumni and Friends Center. This FREE interactive forum is designed to promote discussion on the cyber-physical security risks, threats, and challenges organizations face. To help frame the discussion, Boise State has invited industry leaders to share their experiences in implementing, managing, enforcing, and assessing cyber-physical systems security controls.
The forum begins with an optional breakfast networking session at 8:30 AM. College of Engineering Dean JoAnn Lighty will kick off the Forum at 9 AM. The forum includes presenters from private and public sector organizations such as the Idaho National Laboratory, the FBI, Simplot, and Boise State. We will conclude the event with a luncheon and roundtable discussion where your input will help shape Boise State’s cyber-physical security curricula. Check out the agenda online for more detail.
We encourage you to invite others who may be interested. Seats are limited, so register by November 26 to secure your spot. During registration, you can let us know about your interests and concerns regarding Cyber-Physical Security.
Boise State students should contact Dr. Loo (firstname.lastname@example.org) for an invitation to this event.
We look forward to seeing you at the event.
Steve Hatten, Executive Director of TechHelp – Idaho’s Manufacturing Specialists