Tuesday, October 25, 2011
CyLab Deepens & Enriches OnLine Content with Five New Videos for You Tube & iTunes; Glimpses into CyLab Partners Conference
CyLab Deepens & Enriches OnLine Content with Five New Videos for You Tube & iTunes; Glimpses into CyLab Partners Conferences
Carnegie Mellon University CyLab is one of the world's premier academic research programs in the fields of cyber security and privacy research. With over fifty faculty members and over one hundred graduate students drawn from several colleges within CMU, CyLab research explores seven main research areas and seven cross-cutting research thrusts.
The CyLab program is fueled by the support of corporations and government agencies looking for both the vital research that delivers answers to difficult questions and the probing minds that articulate those answers.
The annual Cylab Partners Conference is one of the exclusive benefits of membership in the CyLab's private sector consortium. Each year, representatives from CyLab's corporate partners gather to immerse themselves in the latest research with faculty updates and graduate student poster sessions.
This year, CyLab is offering a rare glimpse into its Partners Conference proceedings with the release of five videos via both the CyLab You Tube Channel and CyLab at iTunesU:
8th Annual CyLab Partners Conference: Bruno Sinopoli On the Security of Cyber-Physical Systems
8th Annual CyLab Partners Conference: Collin Jackson - Web Security
8th Annual CyLab Partners Conference: David Brumley - Safe Software
8th Annual CyLab Partners Conference: Alessandro Acquisti - Privacy in the Age of Augmented
Excerpts from the 8th Annual CyLab Partners Conference (NOTE: This sampler includes eight excerpts from engaging talks that emphasize CyLab's main research areas.
As previously noted, these five videos are available both from the CyLab You Tube Channel and CyLab at iTunesU
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