Please join our friends at MSU at the Fourth Annual MSU Interdisciplinary Conference on Cybercrime taking place on Thursday, March 2 and Friday, March 3, 2017.
This educational and informative two-day event drawing top academic and practitioners from information security, computer science, and the social sciences from around the world will cover the problem of cybercrime. The event is designed to improve our understanding of cybercrime and cybersecurity practices, as well as find common questions and problems that will improve the state of cybersecurity globally. Presentations will focus primarily on issues related to hacking, malware, fraud, vehicle cybersecurity, and critical infrastructure protection with a mix of technical and non-technical discussions.
This year's conference speakers include:
- Dr. Nicole Beebe, University of Texas San Antonio
- Mr. Jim G. Beechey, Consumers Energy
- Ms. Francesca Bosco, United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute
- Dr. L Jean Camp, Indiana University
- Mr. David A. Connett, Delphi Corporation
- Ms. Samantha Dowling, UK Home Office
- Dr. Thomas J. Holt, Michigan State University
- Dr. Tom Hyslip, DoD OIG
- Mr. Scott McCormick, President, Connected Vehicle Trade Association
- Mr. Rob McCurdy, CIO, Michigan State University
- Mr. Tim Mielak, CISO, MSUFCU
- Mr. Dev Ollam, The CORE Group, TOOOL
- Mr. Chris Patterson, PNC Bank
- Mr. Andrew Woodward, CISO, Delta Dental of Michigan
Sponsors include: Consumers Energy, PNC Bank, Delphi Corporation, MSUFCU, Delta Dental of Michigan, and Jackson National.
This event also qualifies for seven (7) hours of CPE credit toward CISSP, CISA, and CISM certifications, so it is a great way to stay current. Early registration fee $40 thru February 15, 2017, after which the fee will be $50. This event will lead to a great day of discussion, research, and networking. To register or learn more, please visit: http://cj.msu.edu/programs/interdisciplinary-conference-cybercrime (seating is limited, so please reserve your space now).