June 15, 2021In Webinar 6 of the series, we take stock of the breadth of important findings and results gleaned from the prior five webinars (both presentations and discussion), and provide the expanding and global participant stakeholders a suggested plan for activities over the remainder of 2021.
June 08, 2021Discussion on why ransom hacks are on the rise as the panelists explored the topic with a focus on the disruptive business impact of cyber breaches, particularly based on recent Colonial and DC MPD hacks. The aim of the talk is to create awareness about cybercrime prevention strategies, research and policies, and suggest practical directions for improving defenses and mitigating ransomware attacks.
May 25, 2021Closing the Gap: A DoD Conference on Re-entry for Women Veterans into Cybersecurity Careers addressed two crucial needs: To fill the exponentially growing cybersecurity talent gap in the U.S., and to harness the potential of female U.S. veterans to fill the gap.
May 18, 2021CSPRI continues its webinar series on the intersect of blockchain and disaster risk reduction, which is a discipline primarily focused on delivering operational activities on the ground ahead of, during and after man-made or natural disasters. Webinar 5 addresses the intersection of Policy and Science as relates to Blockchain and Disaster Risk Reduction. Global opportunities for vaccination distribution across Latin America are explored, as well as for increasing the dialogue in Eastern Europe and Asia.
April 20, 2021CSPRI continues its webinar series on the intersect of blockchain and disaster risk reduction, which is a discipline primarily focused on delivering operational activities on the ground ahead of, during and after man-made or natural disasters. Webinar 4 addresses the health sector using experiences from Latin America. In addition, events impacting our community of interest (COE) will be discussed, and new ideas solicited. Come prepared!
March 25, 2021This discussion will outline the current status of the Commission's work and consider what other steps are required to advance cybersecurity resilience in the U.S.
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