The UITS Office of Cybersecurity will be celebrating our thirteenth year of Cybersecurity awareness at KSU this October, 2021. KSU’s Cybersecurity Awareness Day answers the call of the National Cyber Security Alliance to raise awareness and encourages students, staff, faculty, and the community to protect their computers and themselves from an evolving cyber-threat landscape. This year’s event will include industry experts from sectors including corporate, education, and law enforcement.
KSU’s participation in National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) started in 2009. Tens of thousands of NCSAM participants in the United States are participating by posting tips to stay safe and secure on social networks, educating customers and employees, holding events, and more. You can make a difference in the global Cybersecurity atmosphere by remembering to STOP. THINK. CONNECT. By taking some simple security precautions and understanding the consequences of your online behavior, you’ll be able to fully enjoy the benefits of the Internet.
Cybersecurity Awareness Day
Date: October 13, 2021
Time: 10am - 4pm
Dr. W. Todd Watson10:00-10:45AM"Cybersecurity in Ten (not so) Easy Steps"
Dr. James T. McCafferty11:00-11:45AM"Crime, Policy, and Enforcement"
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- Event Presentation Slides
Dr. Mia Plachkinova12:00-12:45PM"Gone Phishing: Don’t be the Next Victim"
Dr. Mahmut Karakaya1:00-1:45PM"Security and Privacy in Biometric Systems"
Dr. Andy Green2:00-2:45PM"Misinformation and Disinformation"
Dr. Maria Valero3:00-3:45PM"Emotional Analysis of Learning Cybersecurity with Games using IoT Brain Signals"