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15 November 2014

CYBER SECURITY DISTRICT MEETS COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

CYBER SECURITY DISTRICT MEETS COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
Enforcing exchange of competences, experience and know-how in the field of cyber security, Cyber Security District has met Columbia University on 4th and 5th of November in Cosenza and on 7th of November in Rome. Speakers of the workshop have been Salvatore J. Stolfo e Steven Bellovin, professor of Columbia University and representatives of CNR, University of Calabria, Poste Italiane and NTTDATA. During the workshop have been discussed  the activities of the Cyber Security District and the main issues of innovative research in the field of cyber security.

Salvatore J. Stolfo, Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University and consultant to US government, has published several books and well over 250 scientific papers. He has won several best research paper awards and has been granted 33 patents in the areas of parallel computing and database inference and computer security; most have been licensed or sold.

Steven Michael Bellovin is Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University where researches in the field of networks, information security and national policies related to these topics. He has been Chief Technologist of Federal Trade Commission, member of Computer Science and Telecommunications Board of the National and member of Technical Guidelines Development Committee of the Elections Assistance Commission. He has received the 2007 NIST/NSA National Computer Systems Security Award and has been elected to the Cybersecurity Hall of Fame.

The workshop was an opportunity to define common research directions with the Columbia University and to enforce international collaboration.

CYBER SECURITY DISTRICT MEETS COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY ultima modifica: 2014-11-15T10:56:12+00:00 da Aramis

15 November 2014