September 9, 2015
Last month, members of the United States Army War College International Fellows Program visited Carnegie Mellon for a day of talks on cybersecurity and privacy. Over 70 senior military officers from as many countries convened for a one-day program of talks from CyLab researchers focusing on topics ranging from cybersecurity and privacy to cyberphysical systems and the Internet of Things.
The program opened with a welcome from Carnegie Mellon University’s provost Farnam Jahanian. Dena Haritos Tsamitis, director of Carnegie Mellon’s Information Networking Institute, gave a summary of cybersecurity education at Carnegie Mellon and David Brumley, director of CyLab, gave an overview of cybersecurity and privacy research at Carnegie Mellon. (photo, left to right: Brumley, Jahanian and Tsamitis)
Other talks in the program included:
The United States Army War College International Fellows Program is located in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Each year approximately 80 senior military officers from 75 different countries are extended an invitation from the Chief of Staff of the United States Army to attend the U.S. Army War College. The academic year is full of studying, research, and fellowship as these officers are exposed to and instructed in areas ranging from military concepts and doctrine to national and theater level strategies.
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