Hurry, early-bird registration rates apply only to the first 250 registrants!
|Students (with valid student ID)||$20||$25|
We are pleased to offer special rates to employees of academic institutions, military personnel, and students. All attendees registering under these rates must present a valid ID to document their eligibility at conference registration on October 27 (VA cards or DD214 forms are considered valid forms of ID for military veterans). If you are unable to present a valid ID, we reserve the right to adjust your registration fee to the general admission rate.
About the 2017 Annual Conference
Networking the Future is the Florida Center for Cybersecurity's fourth annual conference and will host hundreds of cybersecurity technical and non-technical stakeholders from industry, government, the military, and academia for a comprehensive exploration of emerging threats, best practices, research, workforce development, and today's hottest cyber trends.
Conference SessionsHere are a few of the speaker sessions and panels we have planned for October 27. Stay tuned, as more sessions will be announced!
|The Benefits of Social Science Research for Cybersecurity Panel
George Burruss of the University of South Florida
|Classifying Phishing URLs Using Deep Recurrent Neural Networks
Sergio Villegas, Easy Solutions, Inc.
|Hacking the Supply Curve for Cybersecurity Talent
Douglas Logan, US Cyber Challenge
|Building and Analyzing Secure Cloud Architectures and Ecosystems Using Software Patterns
Dr. Eduardo Fernandez-Buglioni, Florida Atlantic University
|Behavioral Aspects/Human Elements: Cybersecurity Violations in Crowdsourcing
Gert-Jan de Vreede and Agnieszka Onuchowska, University of South Florida
|Cyberspace Threat Automation and Monitoring (CTAM) System
Dr. Himanshu Upadhyay, Florida International University
Who is the "Weakest Link" in the US Mortgage Industry Cyber Supply Chain?
"How do we get "Left of Boom?"
Enterprise Cloud Security on a Start-Up Budget
|The Cloud: An Opportunity to Revisit Security
Kerry Long, IARPA
For additional information or to become a sponsor, please call 813-974-2604.
Keynote Speaker Ted Schlein has been an influential force in cybersecurity since he helped launch the world's first commercial antivirus software in 1991. Now a leading venture capitalist at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Ted has built a career spotting trends and fostering innovation throughout the industry. Don't miss this chance to hear his unique insight, forged at the forefront of an ever-evolving field. The keynote address is presented by USF and The SunTrust Foundation Lecture Series.
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This year's keynote speaker is cybersecurity and enterprise software expert Ted Schlein, managing partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.