Combatting New Cybersecurity Threats: From Drones and Robots to Smart Cars and Medical Devices


The HUB presents an in-depth look at the import of cyber security in our increasingly robotic and automated world. Technology and industry prognosticators are heralding the future of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), robots, autonomous cars, and connected medical devices. And companies and governments are investing many billions of dollars in their development.

But can these devices be properly protected? Reports are emerging and predictions are being made about the hacking of these vulnerable next-generation machines. There are risks and challenges to securing them at the intersection of technology, security and liberty.

J.P. Auffret, School of Business, Director of the Research Partnerships and Grants Initiatives, and Volgenau School of Engineering, Associate Director of the Center for Assurance Research and Engineering, George Mason University (Moderator)
Jeffrey Matsuura, Attorney, Enterprise Business Law Group LLC.
Linda Ricci, Branch Chief, Cardiac Diagnostic Devices Branch, Division of Cardiovascular Devices,
Office of Device Evaluation Center for Devices and Radiological Health, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Carlos Solari, CIO, Mission Secure and former CIO, Executive Office of the President (EOP – The White House)
Kevin Spence, Manager, Eagle Hill Consulting
Angelos Stavrou, Founder, Kryptowire and Associate Professor, Computer Science and Director of the Center for Assurance Research and Engineering (CARE), George Mason University

Date: October 29, 2015

Time: 12noon-2pm

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