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December 01, 2022

Second Annual Cybersecurity Symposium Planned for January

The NC State University Secure Computing Institute cordially invites you to attend the 2nd Annual North Carolina Cybersecurity Symposium on January 19-20, 2023.  This exciting event is hosted by the North Carolina Partnership for Cybersecurity Excellence (NC- PaCE) and takes place in the Tally Student Union on the NC State campus.


The Symposium will feature keynotes from industry leaders, lectures from cybersecurity experts, panel discussions on a variety of important cyber topics, and hands-on learning.  Participants will be provided with opportunities to deepen their knowledge of critical cybersecurity issues, share and exchange ideas and knowledge, and explore emerging opportunities in research, education, training, and certifications.


Two new events have been added for 2023 - a Cyber Education Showcase and a Networking Event. 


The Cyber Education Showcase will highlight the education and research offerings from each of the eight education institutions participating in the NC-PaCE grant: NC State University, East Carolina University, the University of North Carolina – Wilmington, the University of North Carolina – Charlotte, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Wake Technical Community College, Pitt Community College, and Forsyth Community College. 


The Carolina Cyber Network, the NC State Cybersecurity Awareness Team (CSAT) and The Robotics/Automation and Cybersecurity Knowledge Sharing Coordination Network (TRACKS-CN) will also be featured during the showcase.


The Networking Event is scheduled for the evening of January 19th, and will provide an opportunity for all attendees – industry representatives, speakers, faculty and students from the NC PaCE institutions - to discuss all things cybersecurity.


Many thanks to our Platinum Sponsor, Cisco, and our Silver Sponsor, Red Hat, for making the event possible!


For more information and to register, click on this link:  NC Cybersecurity Symposium



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