October 13 - Security and Privacy Day


Cyber security and privacy have taken center stage as a hot button issue in politics, business, and our personal lives. With threats of leaks and cyber terrorism looming, there has been a huge push for rapid innovations in the field.

The computer science research community at Stony Brook University recognizes the need for collaboration in the field and has organized as an opportunity for great minds in the field to share knowledge and exchange ideas. Security and Privacy Day will bring together faculty from the , scientists from federal agencies including the Office of Naval Research, and graduate and doctoral researchers.

This year’s Security and Privacy day will be held on October 13th at the from 8:30a-5:30p.

Special keynotes will feature the Office of Naval Research, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and the National Science Foundation (NSF). The event is no cost for attendance but registration is required. Don’t miss out, register .

Researchers and graduate students are welcome and encouraged to share their work among their peers. is open to present projects.

Security and Privacy Day is under the leadership of researchers from Stony Brook’s . NSI’s vision and core mission are to secure our homeland by researching and developing technologies for secure, trustworthy, and available communications and computing platforms.