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9th Annual CyLab Partners Conference Highlights Compelling Research on Vital Issues in Cybersecurity and Privacy

posted by Richard Power
September 19, 2012

The 9th Annual CyLab Partners Conference will be held at Carnegie Mellon University's main campus in Pittsburgh, PA. on Tuesday, October 2nd and Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012.

Attendance is limited, exclusively, to representatives of CyLab's corporate partners and Carnegie Mellon University CyLab.

The event's agenda is built around research updates from over twenty CyLab faculty members, and it covers a broad range of research thrusts from Trustworthy Computing to Usable Privacy and Security, and from Mobility to Software Security, from Secure Next Generation Networks and Internet to Business Risks and Economic Consequences.

Each session includes panel discussions engaging both presenters and attendees.

A valued benefit of CyLab's corporate partners program, this annual event allows attendees to immerse themselves in numerous CyLab research projects, which offer compelling insights into vital issues, and it also allows them to establish deeper connections with CyLab faculty and students who are not only striving to build the future of cyber security, but may come to embody it as well. 

The Partners Conference keynote presentation will be delivered by Dr. Jesse Walker, Principal Engineer in Intel Corporation's Security Research Lab, who will speak on, "Engineering Without A Net."

A comprehensive archive of presentations, videos and posters from this Partners Conference, as well as previous ones, is available exclusively to CyLab partners via the Partners-Only Portal. A small sampling of video excerpts will be released publicly via the CyLab YouTube Channel and CyLab on iTunesU post-conference.

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