New Frontiers in Cybersecurity: From Blockchain to Machine Learning 10.25
November 6, 2018 @ 6:00 pm
New Frontiers in Cybersecurity
From Blockchain to Machine Learning
Thursday, October 25, 2018 | 6-9PM | Boston, MA
Did you know Cornell Computing and Information Science (CIS) is the leading institution on a broad range of research issues related to computer security? Our faculty have been involved in national and international security-focused activities, ranging from NSF-funded TRUST Science and Technology Center, to advisory boards for DARPA, DoD, Intel, and Microsoft.
Want to know more about blockchain? Don’t miss this Fortune article- Cornell is leading the way in course offerings!
And make sure you check out this one in the Cornell Chronicle– everything you need to know in one place.
Join us at the new Wayfair Headquarters to learn how Cornell faculty and alumni are working to ensure safe, secure and reliable computing infrastructure. We’ll discuss the intersection of cybersecurity and blockchain technology through both the academia and industrial lenses with our panel of experts!
Moderated by: David Chang ‘92, Entrepreneur in Residence, HBS
Indu Keri MS ’95, PhD ‘98, VP Development, Blockchain Technologies, Intuit and Visiting Scholar, MIT
Greg Morrisett, Dean of Computing and Information Science (CIS)
Andrew Myers, Professor, Department of Computer Science, Ithaca
Vitaly Shmatikov, Professor of Computer Science, Cornell Tech
Tom Ristenpart, Associate Professor of Computer Science, Cornell Tech
Cost: $35/person. Advanced registration is required. ID required at building entrance.
Venue: Wayfair Headquarters, 100 Huntington Avenue. 4 Copley Place, Boston, MA 02116
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