12th Cyber Security Lecture – Cloud Security Megatrends

The NYU Tandon School of Engineering Cyber Security Lecture Series provides an arena for high-level discussion among world-class scholars and practitioners. Led by MS CRS capstone mentor Phil Venables (CISO – Google Cloud), this lecture will be followed by a panel discussion with Cybersecurity Experts offering their own perspectives on cloud adoption, security, and digital […]

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Exploiting Identity: When Insiders Use Diversity to Their Advantage

Diversity is about equality and justice, but sometimes it’s treated as a commodity. A college plasters its website with people of color to look more diverse. A company belatedly adds a woman to an otherwise all-male panel because it’s worried about optics. A person accused of transphobia rattles off the names of their trans friends. […]

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What makes New York vulnerable to Russian cyberattacks?

NYU Tandon Professor Justin Cappos in the news: Following Russia’s provocations and now invasion of Ukraine, local and state officials are stepping up their vigilance and talking about bolstering defenses of critical infrastructure and other high-interest targets, including transportation networks, power grids and financial institutions.

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Russia may be primed to hack America’s infrastructure

NYU Tandon Professor Justin Cappos in the news: As Russian troops attack Ukraine, experts are warning that Vladimir Putin could also seize the opportunity to deploy Russia’s trove of cyber-weapons to hack America’s infrastructure. Please click the title of this post to read this article from Yahoo! Finance.

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“Inclusivity & Allyship”: A Conversation with Kenji Yoshino

Join APALSA & Law Women next Monday, March 7th, from 4-6pm, titled “Inclusivity & Allyship: A Conversation with Kenji Yoshino.” Professor Yoshino will discuss insights from his recent book, co-authored with David Glasgow, focused on inclusivity, allyship, and related topics.

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