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Institute Hosts New England Faculty Summit on Cyber Security

July 25, 2011

Binary codeBoston University, June 28, 2011, Faculty from the five MGHPCC universities and other institutions gather for a New England Faculty Summit on Cybersecurity to discuss the possibility (and next steps) for setting up a regional academic consortium on Cyber Security research and education.


 
The Hariri Institute for Computing and Computational Science & Engineering at Boston University organized and hosted a one-day summit for leading faculty members in New England institutions to discuss the possibility (and next steps) for setting up a regional academic consortium on Cyber Security research and education. The meeting, which was held on June 28, 2011, attracted around 50 participants – primarily faculty members from MGHPCC institutions (BU, Harvard, MIT, U Mass, and NEU) as well as a few researchers and administrators from industrial and local research labs and organizations.
Click here for a report summarizing the summit’s presentations, discussions, and recommendations.
 

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