Cyber attacks on campaigns and elections are “wider and more pervasive” in 2022, according to a senior official at the US Department of Homeland Security, who will be one of the speakers tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon. Why is this happening? And why are more and more countries attacking U.S. campaigns?
For the answers to these questions and more, you are invited to cover, record, and/or arrange interviews about an award-winning online workshop on August 11.
This is a free regional workshop for Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Hosted by Adam Clayton Powell, III, Executive Director, USC Election Cybersecurity Initiative.
Speakers will include:
- Clifford Neuman, Director, USC Center for Computer Systems Security; Scientist, USC Information Sciences Institute; and Associate Professor of Computer Science Practice, USC Viterbi School of Engineering
- Sarah Mojarad, Lecturer, USC Viterbi School of Engineering
- Dave Quast, Senior Vice President, Red Banyan; and Adjunct Faculty, USC Annenberg School of Communications and Journalism
- Marie Harf, International Elections Analyst, USC Election Cybersecurity Initiative
- Maurice Turner, Election Security Analyst, USC Election Cybersecurity Initiative
- Michael Coden, Associate Director, Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan
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