Cybersecurity Days Events for the Research Community

Cybersecurity Days LogoCybersecurity Days is hosted annually by Enterprise Security to provide meaningful training and resources to the university community. Planned events include a Community Forum on October 2, 2018, at the Ohio Union. Experts will discuss the topics that are shaping the future – including presentations from Palo Alto, Apple and Amazon Web Services.

New this year is a focus on the challenges researchers face protecting the integrity and confidentiality of research data. Sessions during the forum will address security as it relates to grant proposals, research publications and protecting the privacy of research participants.

Research and Data Security: From Grant Proposal to Research Publication (October 2, 10-11:50 a.m., U.S. Bank Conference Theater)

  • Morley Stone, senior vice president for research
  • Kimberly Lightle, assistant dean and administration director, College of Education and Human Ecology
  • Amanda Rinehart, data management librarian and assistant professor, Research and Education (Moderator)
  • Sandra Shew, director, Research and Computing Services, College of Arts and Sciences

Dispelling the Mystery of Human Subjects Research Data Security (October 2, 3-3:50 p.m., U.S. Bank Conference Theater)

  • Vanessa Hill, program manager, Noncompliance and Regulatory Support, Office of Research
  • Sandra Meadows, program manager, Education/Regulatory Support, Office of Research
  • Frank White, director, Research Compliance and research HIPAA privacy officer, College of Medicine

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Additional Cybersecurity Days Events

October 3, 2018

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Immersion Day: Meet members of Amazon’s team and take a deep dive into learning about AWS, how it can help you and how to use it securely. This day will be an engaging, tech-driven event focused on helping accelerate and secure your journey on AWS.

October 16, 2018

Defending Applications from Security Threats: Seasoned software security architect Bill Sempf will lead a dynamic course to help you think like an attacker and provide you with the coding tools needed to stop cyber criminals cold in their tracks. Even the most experienced developers are sure to pick up some new tips and tricks.

Visit the Cybersecurity website for additional information.