Conversations at the Forefront of Cyber security with NYU CCS
Join us for a series of thought leadership sessions with the faculty of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering Center for Cybersecurity (CCS). You will gain deep insights into current and future technology and policy-oriented topics related to cybersecurity and privacy.
Moderated by Dr. Edward G. Amoroso, Distinguished Research Professor at CCS, each of the thirty-minute discussion sessions will delve deeply into an important and relevant aspect of the research and innovation projects currently being investigated at NYU.
Designed for practitioners, but likely of interest to developers, managers, researchers, and academics, the live, on-line discussions will start on June 4th, and will run weekly for eight consecutive weeks.
Summer 2020 Sessions
Low Power, High Security:
Cybersecurity, Hardware Design, and Machine Learning
Learn from a world-leading expert how cybersecurity influences hardware design with focus and emphasis on low power design and support for machine learning.
Thursday, June 4
Building Systems Resilient to Nation-State Actors
Advances in Software Security
Learn key issues in security such as building compromise resilient systems, key management, and operational security, with a focus on production systems that need a strong resilience to attack.
Thursday, June 18
Beyond the Arm of the Law?
Training Lawyers in Cyber Security
One of the leading experts in security aspects of corporate law provides an overview of the key issues practitioners and policy-makers must understand.
Thursday, June 25
Too Big to Fail:
Cybersecurity Issues in Financial Services
Develop insights into the threat and protection issues that are emerging in global modern financial services.
Thursday, July 9
Technology for Detecting Deep Fakes
Dr. Memon will talk about the new threats that Deep Fakes bring to the cybersecurity landscape and the technology needed to identify and alleviate them.
Thursday, July 16
Trust But Verify:
Trustworthy Intelligent Systems
Learn about current research in the design of trustworthy intelligent systems that act autonomously and with the integrity necessary to be trusted with important data and decisions.
Thursday, July 23