2012 Computer Security Day at the University of Oregon
The Department of Computer and Information Science hosted the 2nd Annual Computer Security Day on Friday, April 20, 2012 at the University of Oregon's Jaqua Auditorium. Last year's event was a great success, with five distinguished speakers from around the country representing academia, industry, and government and 70 attendees from throughout the university, the community, and the state.
This year proved to be another informative, exciting, and entertaining event. We have a great list of distinguished speakers lined up this year, which included:
- Radia Perlman, Intel Labs, Seattle (pictured)
- Paul Van Oorschot, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
- Drew Dean, DARPA, Washington DC
- Stephen Pawlowski, Intel, Hillsboro
- Matt Bishop, University of California, Davis
The range of topics was broad and diverse, ranging from examining future trends in computer security, to understanding cybersecurity within the federal government, to exciting new research in authentication mechanisms and securing systems and data. There was plenty of opportunity to engage with the speakers and with each other. Additionally, there was a student poster session during the catered lunch, and an opportunity to hear from our faculty at the University of Oregon about groundbreaking new work taking place here.
Please visit our website at http://securityday.cs.uoregon.edu, or contact us at email@example.com for more information regarding this event.