We've launched a webinar series to fulfill our mission of providing readily available cybersecurity services tailored to the NSF science community.
The webinars are recorded and will be linked to this page for later viewing. Each webinar includes time for questions from attendees. We use Adobe Connect to conduct the webinars.
Upcoming topics are communicated on our blog. If you have questions or comments after the webinar, feel free post to the discussion mailing list. See our call for presentations to submit a request to present.
2018 (registration will be made available two weeks before the event date):
January 29th (11am Eastern): Security Program at LSST with Alex Withers (Register now)
February 26th (11am Eastern): SMARTDATA Blockchain with Murat Kantarcioglu
March 26th (11am Eastern): Data Provenance for Mobile Devices with Leon Reznik
April 23rd (11am Eastern): Creating Dynamic Superfacilities the SAFE Way with Jeff Chase & Paul Ruth
May 21st (11am Eastern): SouthEAST SECURE with Jill Gemmill
July 23rd (11am Eastern): RSARC: Trustworthy Computing over Protected Datasets by Mayank Varia
To view a previous presentation on-demand, click "Watch video". Videos are also available on our YouTube channel.
December ’17: CTSC's Services and Vision with Von Welch
October ’17: Cybersecurity in an Open and Decentralized Network with Aashish Sharma
September ’17: Demystifying Threat Intelligence with Romain Wartel
August ’17: An overview of CTSC Engagements & Application Process with Von Welch
August ’17: Stronger Security for Password Authentication with Stanislaw Jarecki
July ’17: Inaugural Security Program at Internet2 by Paul Howell
June ’17: Provenance Assurance Using Currency Primitives with Anthony Skjellum & Richard Brooks
May ’17: Cybersecurity Research: Transition to Practice with Emily Nichols and Alec Yasinsac
Apr. ’17: HIPAA and FISMA: Computing with Regulated Data with Susan Ramsey & Anurag Shankar
Mar. ’17: SDN and IAM Integration at Duke by Richard Biever & Charley Kneifel
Feb. ’17 Practical Cybersecurity for Open Science Proj. by Susan Sons, Craig Jackson, & Bob Cowles
Jan. ’17: Open Science Cyber Risk Profile (OSCRP) by Von Welch & Sean Peisert
Dec. ’16: NSF CICI Regional Cybersecurity Collaboration Projects
Oct. ’16: Science or Security by George Strawn
Sep. ’16: Tragedy of the Commons by David Nalley
Aug. ’16: The Science DMZ as a Security Architecture by Michael Sinatra, ESnet
Jul. ’16: XSEDE Information Sharing with James Marsteller
Jun. ’16: Risk Self-Evaluation with CTSC's Terry Fleury
May 2016: CCoE Webinar Series Kickoff
Recommended Webinar Programs:
The Washington Area Trustworthy Computing Hour seminar series
InCommon IAM Online Webinar Series
Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Webinar Series
Great Plains Network ENCITE Webinars
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