SPLICE PI at Morgan State University, Kevin Kornegay, will be speaking about The Cybersecurity Assurance & Policy (CAP) Center at Morgan State and his team’s work at an upcoming University-Industry Demonstration Partnership (UIDP) webinar on Tuesday March 16, 2022 (1-2pm ET).
- The inherent cybersecurity risks of the IoT are numerous and diverse. Embedded systems perform dedicated functions within larger mechanical or electrical systems. Critical infrastructures in transportation, smart grid, manufacturing, health care, etc., are highly dependent on embedded systems for distributed control, tracking, and data collection.
- Current solutions to guard against hacking and tampering rely on a patchwork of legacy systems and are unsustainable in the long term. Transformative solutions are required to protect these systems.
- The CAP Center offers a range of capabilities, research capacity, and solutions to mitigate the cyber risks in IoT devices and systems. The Secure Embedded Systems MS/Ph.D. program intentionally focuses on training the next generation of savvy IoT professionals, equipped to address security, system resilience, and long-term functionality.
Format: This is an informational webinar with an opportunity for Q&A with the speaker at the end. Participation is welcomed and encouraged.
Who Should Attend: University and industry partners who are interested in cybersecurity.
To learn more and register for the event, check out the event page here.