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Cybersecurity and Privacy Festival: Pandemic Edition

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

The Cybersecurity and Privacy Festival is back for its second year, featuring informative talks, engaging workshops, and interactive activities hosted by researchers and thought leaders. This year’s event, dubbed “Pandemic Edition,” is designed with greater flexibility in mind, offering a full workweek of virtual opportunities to participate. You can join any sessions you like during the week of Oct. 19 to 23, from 1 to 3 p.m.

This event is designed for faculty, staff, researchers, clinicians, and students alike, so all members of Stanford’s university, SLAC, and healthcare communities are invited to attend.

The festival is co-hosted by Stanford’s Information Security and Privacy Offices, with sponsorship from Residential & Dining Enterprises, Stanford University Libraries, Land Buildings & Real Estate, Graduate School of Business, School of Humanities and Sciences, Stanford Engineering, Stanford Management Company, and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory.

What can I expect?

You’ll find an impressive menu of talks and workshops, including:

  • Election security during a pandemic
  • Women in security and privacy
  • Challenges in complying with an analog law in a digital world
  • Cybersecurity trends in Silicon Valley
  • Preserving patient data for biomedical research
  • Privacy issues from COVID-19
  • Web security attack trends
  • Cardinal Cloud
  • Cardinal Key

For those who would like to gain hands-on experience in cybersecurity, you can join a week-long “capture the flag” activity with engaging questions and brain teasers.

To view a complete list of speakers, topics, and workshops, visit the Cybersecurity and Privacy Festival website.

How can I register?

RSVP via the Cybersecurity and Privacy Festival website. All members of Stanford’s university, SLAC, and healthcare communities are invited to attend.

Contact us

Submit your questions to our event coordinators.

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