Georgia Tech Learning Series Continues with Lecture on Malware, Cyber Threat
Press release from the issuing company
Friday, February 27th, 2015
What: Georgia Tech’s Learning Series: “Malware and the Modern Cyber Threat Landscape.” Malicious software is at the center of threats to the information technology infrastructure that powers business operations. Awareness of the current state of the problem is essential for IT developers and administrators to initiate the creation of more secure systems and networks. This seminar will provide a broad, malware-oriented overview of the modern cyber threat landscape.
When: March 5, 2015, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Where: Georgia Tech-Savannah
210 Technology Circle
Savannah, Georgia 31407
Who: Paul Royal, a world leader in this field, is a research scientist in the College of Computing at Georgia Tech and associate director of the Georgia Tech Information Security Center. In these roles, he engages in collaborative research on various aspects of the online criminal ecosystem. As an active member of the information security community, his efforts have led to the takedown of large botnets and the arrest of their operators.
More information: $45 per person, including lunch. To register, visit https://pe.gatech.edu/courses/learning-series-malware-and-modern-cyber-threat-landscape.