The Cybersecurity TTP workshop is an opportunity for Cybersecurity researchers and practitioners to discuss the needs and gaps we can fill with cybersecurity research, and enjoy co-creation of plans on accelerating this valuable research to practice. Researchers and practitioners in cybersecurity are encouraged to attend. Invitation requests are reviewed and approved by the Cybersecurity TTP Workshop Events Team. Contact us for questions.
National Science Foundation Cybersecurity Center of Excellence
Presenter: Trusted CI team
Title: "The Trusted CI Framework: An Architecture for Cybersecurity Programs"
The Trusted CI Workshop on Trustworthy Scientific Cyberinfrastructure provides an opportunity for sharing experiences, recommendations, and available resources for addressing cybersecurity challenges in research computing. Presentations by Trusted CI staff and community members will cover a broad range of cybersecurity topics, including science gateways, transition to practice, cybersecurity program development, workforce development, and community engagement (e.g., via the Trusted CI Fellows program).
This National Science Foundation-funded workshop takes a Sustainable Urban Systems (SUS) focus and aims to bring together a diverse group of participants from academia, government, non-governmental organizations and industry to explore the Mississippi River Watershed (MRW) region as a large interconnected urban and ecological system.
Full details here.
Registration opens June 20.
Save the date for the third annual Midwest Big Data Hub All-Hands Meeting on Aug. 21 (9 a.m.- 3:30 p.m., Salina, Kansas). This meeting will serve as the culmination for the National Science Foundation project dedicated to bringing academics and commercial operators together around the topic of big data for agriculture. Register here.