ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE FORUM – THE REAL LIFE OF A CYBER WARRIOR
Wednesday, March 20 | 7PM – 8PM
The Department of E&CS presented Mr. Bryan Garcia, the first graduate of Regent University’s Cybersecurity Program, on an informative session “The Transition from University to Workplace”.
ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE FORUM - EXPLORE THE EXTRAORDINARY – NASA
Tuesday, February 26 | 7 PM – 8 PM
The Department of E&CS presented an information session on NASA and its impact in the world today.
Engineering and Computer Science Department – Cyber Clinic 1st Edition
Tuesday, January 1 | 4 PM – 6 PM
Regent University, COM 105, Cyber Range
Engineering and Computer Science - Internet of Things Roundtable Discussion
Friday, November 16 | 1 PM - 3 PM
Regent University, Fountain View Room
Engineering & Computer Science Forum – What a career in IT looks like
Wednesday, November 7 | 7 PM
Regent University COM 105
Engineering & Computer Science Forum - Undergraduate Certificate in Cisco Networks
Thursday, August 30 |
InfraGard’s Faith Based Security & Safety
Wednesday, May 16 | 8 AM – 5 PM
Regent University Theatre
Regent University hosted InfraGard’s Faith Based Security & Safety Conference on Wednesday, May 16, 2018. The conference took place in the Regent University Theatre from 8 AM – 5 PM. This event was led by the Norfolk-based InfraGard chapter.
InfraGard is a regional network of cross-sector, public-private partnerships composed of university, industry, and government entities that share cyber information concerning the security of, vulnerabilities in, and threats to critical infrastructure entities. The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation operates more than 80 InfraGard chapters in major urban areas throughout the U.S.
Engineering and Computer Science Forum (Vogt)
Wednesday, November 8 | 7 PM
College of Arts and Sciences Cybersecurity / Computer Science Forum
Wednesday, October 25 | 7 PM
Mr. Jeff Silver is a Senior Security Engineer at Symantec, helping enterprises to increase their security posture. In this forum, Mr. Jeff Silver did a terrific job of helping the students understand what a career in cybersecurity might look like, and included descriptions of the following jobs:
• Forensics Analyst
• Law Enforcement/DoD
• Implementation (post sales)
• Security Operations Center Analyst
• SE (pre sales)
Engineering and Computer Science Forum (Silver)
Wednesday, October 18 | 7 PM
The CAE Virtual Career Fair is right around the corner
Friday, September 27 | 9:00am-1:00pm PT
Participating Employers include:
Global Dimensions, LLC.
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Naval Supply Systems Command
National Security Agency
Defense Information Systems Agency
Palo Alto Networks
Questions please call 909-537-7535.
Informative session with a Cybersecurity expert
Thursday, February 28 | 7:30 PM
Chrysler Hall, Norfolk
The Speaker, Theresa Payton, identified emerging trends and techniques to help combat cyber threats - from the impact of the Internet of Things to securing Big Data; she gets behind the hype to understand, in layman’s terms, how to help you best protect your privacy and security.
5th National Women in Cybersecurity Conference
Friday, March 23 | 8am-5pm, 23-24 March
Hilton Chicago Downtown
Jointly organized by Tennessee Tech and Illinois Institute of Technology, the WiCyS conference is intended to generate interest among students to consider cybersecurity as a viable and promising career option. Any individual or organization interested in supporting recruiting and retention efforts for women in cybersecurity is encouraged to participate. Beyond the annual conference, WiCyS is a community of engagement, encouragement and support for women in cybersecurity. Scholarships are available for students; the deadline to apply is 1 November.
Culture Change That Sticks
Thursday, February 22 | 2 pm ET
This webinar explored what culture is and why it matters, and how to create workplaces where people are inspired to do their best work aligned with your organization’s values and priorities. Rebecca presented tactical ways using proven design thinking approaches to coalesce around shared values; empower employees; hire “culture add” employees, not “culture fit”; encourage and leverage innovation internally; entrust “change agents” to advance culture from the bottom up; and allow people to be their authentic selves at work.
Early Synthetic Prototyping
Wednesday, November 8 | 7 pm
LTC Brian Vogt, Early Synthetic Prototyping Project Lead (ESP), gave a detailed explanation of the Early Synthetic Prototyping project, including issues related to building a coalition (when you don’t have a budget!), working with partners from all sorts of different academic and military organizations, overcoming passive bureaucratic resistance and ‘we’ve never done it that way’ attitudes, etc. He also showed videos of actual games, discussed the use of commercial game analytics to gather feedback, and indicated that they would use 3D video in the future (the Unreal 4 engine they are using will support 3D). The event ran long (both questions from the group, and those who lingered to continue the discussion).
The Yorktown ISSA group group Meeting
Tuesday, October 10 | 6 - 8 PM
ECPI building in Newport News
The Hampton Roads ISSA group Meeting
Tuesday, October 3 | 6 - 8 PM
Booz Allen Hamilton Building, Suite 450, 5800 Lake Wright Dr., Norfolk, VA 23502
The International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium Meeting
Wednesday, September 27 | 6 - 8 PM
Freeman Building, Room 202, Christopher Newport University