The UCF Information Security Office, in collaboration with Hack@UCF, will host a Cybersecurity Expo on Thursday, October 10th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the main UCF campus. The Expo will feature tables hosted by UCF departments, the UCF Information Security Office, partners of UCF, and industry groups. This will be a casual event, providing attendees with an opportunity to speak with cybersecurity professionals, understand why information security is so important, and learn about ways to protect their personal information.
What : An event to celebrate National Cyber Security Awareness Month!
When : Thursday, October 10th, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where : Pegasus Ballroom, Student Union
See below for a schedule of the event!
HOSTED BY UCF INFOSEC & HACK@UCF
The Expo hall will feature tables hosted by UCF departments, the UCF Information Security Office, partners of UCF, and industry groups. Visit the Expo at your leisure to:
- discover what cyber criminals can learn about you on the Internet
- see the dangers of untrusted USB drives and unsecured Wi-Fi through interactive demos
- learn how to create secure and unpredictable passphrases to secure your accounts
- speak with members of the cyber intelligence community
- learn more about cybersecurity graduate programs offered by UCF
- get a free mobile device health checkup at the College of Medicine table
- and much more!
Interested in any of the presentations listed below? Stop by and listen to our guest speakers as they discuss their cybersecurity expertise.
Scroll down for more details. Seating is limited, so make sure you get there early!
Opening Remarks - Dr. Hartman, CIO || Chris V, CISO
Join us as we officially kick off our first CyberSecurity Expo!
Keeping Children Safe on the Internet
Detective Fiorino (Orlando Police Department)
This presentation will discuss what children are doing online. We will discuss some things parents can do to help keep their children safe online. Most importantly, we will discuss internet safety and teaching children how to be safe online. The Internet is here to stay and is only advancing further daily. At some point, your child will be going online without your supervision. The same rules regarding teaching your children not to talk to strangers and other safety topics taught in the home apply online; you should be confident in teaching your child what he or she may encounter online and how to deal with it.
Neurosecurity: Infosec Meets Brain-machine Interface (BMI)
Dr. Ben D. Sawyer
Direct brain-machine interface (BMI) has moved from science fiction to daily fact, and a new frontier of Infosec is emerging: neurosecurity. Entirely new attack surfaces are available to be exploited by cyber criminals, making the security of these devices of paramount importance. This presentation will discuss present and near-future threats, countermeasures, and cut through hyperbole and sensationalism to expose and discuss the reality of the emerging neurosecurity landscape.
The Value of Cybersecurity Competitions
UCF Collegiate Cybersecurity Competition Team
From our very own UCF students, listen to a panel of student and alumni talk about their academic competition experience and how it has shaped, or is shaping, their careers. Time permitting, questions will be taken from the audience.
Information presented here is subject to change. More details to come, check back periodically.