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Cyber-Physical Systems Security Forum

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  • Join us for a Cyber-Physical Systems Security Forum at Boise State University on November 30. This interactive forum is designed to promote discussion on the cyber-physical security risks, threats, and challenges organizations face. To help frame the discussion, we have 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 and College of Engineering Dean JoAnn Lighty will kick things off at 9 AM. We will conclude the event with a luncheon and roundtable discussion where your input will help shape our cyber-physical security curricula. Check out the agenda for more detail.

  • INDUSTRY FORUM: CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS SECURITY

    November 30, 2018
    Alumni & Friends Center Ballroom
    1173 W University Drive

    AGENDA

    8:30 AM Continental Breakfast / Networking Session (optional)

    9:00 AM Welcome Address

    Provost Tony Roark
    Dean JoAnn Lighty

    9:15 AM Industry Presentations

    Reid Tokarz, Cisco Systems
    Wayne E. Austad, Idaho National Laboratory
    Patricia Watson, Kitu Systems, Inc.
    Phil Miller, J.R. Simplot Company
    Clark Harshbarger, Federal Bureau of Investigation

    10:45 AM Break

    11:00 AM Cyber-Physical Systems Security – Ongoing Efforts at Boise State University

    Sin Ming Loo, Electrical & Computer Engineering Department
    Liljana Babinkostova, Mathematics Department
    Hoda Mehrpouyan, Computer Science Department
    John Stubban, College of Engineering
    Doug Twitchell, Information Technology Department

    11:45 AM Future Opportunities in Cyber-Physical Systems Security at Boise State University

    Sin Ming Loo, Electrical & Computer Engineering Department
    Jaime Sand, Community & Environmental Health Department
    Brett Shelton, Educational Technology Department
    Peter Risse, Division of Extended Studies

    12:15 PM Industry-Education Partnership Luncheon

  • The forum will be held in the ballroom of the Alumni & Friends Center at Boise State University, located at 1173 W University Drive in Boise.  Complimentary parking will be available at the Lincoln Garage, 1700 W University Drive.

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