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SciTech Days

Large Program
Buhl Planetarium
2nd Floor

November 7-10, 2017
Carnegie Science Center

For more info:
412.237.3400, then press 7

NEW! Is Cybersecurity in your future? Did you know it was born here? (Advanced)

For nearly 30 years, the CERT Division of the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University has been a leader in cybersecurity.

The CERT Division is part of the Software Engineering Institute, which is based at Carnegie Mellon University. It is the world’s leading trusted authority dedicated to improving the security and resilience of computer systems and networks. It’s a national asset in the field of cybersecurity.

Could this booming industry be your future? Work areas include: Cyber Risk and Resilience Management, Cybersecurity Engineering, Digital Intelligence and Investigation, Incident Management, Insider Threat, Network Situational Awareness, Secure Coding, and Vulnerability Analysis.

This field is about the Internet of Things – and it’s also about creating systems that are robust, un-hackable, and super-functional 24/7.  Hear stories, learn about the breadth of career options, and maybe even create your future.

Bring your questions for the expert, Summer Fowler, Technical Director – CERT Cybersecurity Risk and Resilience, CERT Faculty. Prior to joining CERT in 2007, Summer was a Technical Member of the staff at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and a software engineer at Northrop Grumman Corporation working on tactical ground systems. Summer holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and a master’s degree in Information Science/Telecommunications from the University of Pittsburgh. She is also a graduate of the Carnegie Mellon University Tepper School Leadership and Negotiation for Women program.

Science and technology topics include: IT, Cybersecurity, and Careers

Program Capacity: 140

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