Cybersecurity: Threats, Risks, and Partnerships

Cybersecurity: Threats, Risks, and Partnerships
This diverse panel will discuss the threats to network service providers and customers, discuss how to manage cyber risks in a complex, diversified environment; and, how to achieve effective outcomes through public and private partnerships.

Facilitator: Nnake Nweke, President, Science and Technology Policy Center for Development
Panelists: Vern Mosley, Senior Cybersecurity Engineer, Federal Communications Commission
Mary Ellen Seale, Founder and CEO, National Cybersecurity Society
Robert Mayer, Vice President, US Telecom Association & Co-Chair, FCC Federal Advisory Committee
Celebrating National Cybersecurity Month 2016
The National Cybersecurity Institute at Excelsior College is pleased to announce its 2016 Cybersecurity Month activities. The purpose of this speaker’s series is to highlight key issues facing information assurance & security in some of our most important industry sectors. During the months of October and November, we will feature panel discussions with cyber experts in the finance, telecommunications, energy/utility, health care, and government arenas. These events are open to the public, educators, students, and all who are interested in the cyber defense issues that we are facing today.

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More about the National Cybersecurity Institute (NCI)
The NCI is shaping a coordinated effort to build the cybersecurity workforce and influence an informed leadership base that implements cutting-edge cybersecurity policy. The NCI will target the development of effective cybersecurity practice in specific sectors, including health care, finance, utilities/energy, telecommunications, and education/training. The National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security designated Excelsior College as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education, a recognition which extends through 2019. NCI will target the development of effective cybersecurity practice and increase knowledge of cybersecurity to help meet workforce demands with analysis of specific sectors.