Symposium on Statistics and Data Science for a Cyber Secure Internet of Things
Rapid growth in the number of devices connected through the internet of things (IoT) poses major challenges to maintaining connectivity, functionality, and security, as demonstrated by prominent cyber attacks launched through IoT devices. Traditional approaches in cyber security such as firewalls and encryption aim to prevent malicious intrusion, however additional countermeasures and approaches are necessary to detect and respond to malicious behavior and to identify when devices or data are compromised. This symposium will discuss the role of statistical models and theory for IoT and for detecting, overcoming, and neutralizing cyber attacks.
In case you cannot attend in person, we invite you to register for the live webcast. Instructions for accessing the webcast will be provided as the event approaches. During the event, we encourage webcast participants to send questions for the speakers to Ben Wender at [email protected], who will read them out if time permits.
When: Thu Jun. 14
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Address: 500 Fifth St. NW
Washington D.C,US 20001
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