The second annual UNT College of Engineering Cybersecurity Summit will be Oct. 19 at the Courtyard Dallas Allen at the John Q. Hammons Center.
Led by UNT’s Cybersecurity Program, which is the first program in the U.S. to be federally certified by the National Security Agency as a Center for Academic Excellence in Information Assurance, Education and Research, and Cyber Defense Research, the summit covers relevant cybersecurity topics associated with today’s business world, including blockchain, emerging technologies, and cyber physical systems.
The Summit not only showcases the unique cyber credentials found only at UNT, but also seeks to share ongoing innovations and technologies in both the industry and enterprise sectors. The summit advances attendees’ understanding of current and future challenges in cybersecurity through a variety of panels and speakers from industry, research, and academia.
This year, special sponsorship opportunities are available and include allocated time exclusively for vendors and demonstrations. This new opportunity was born out of the feedback we received from our attendees last year, and we’re excited to make it available this year.
The registration cost for the full-day conference is $99, and includes lunch and morning and afternoon refreshments.
Agenda and more details including registration: https://engineering.unt.edu/unt-cybersecurity-summit