For the past four years, Boston College and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have hosted the Boston Conference on Cyber Security, a one-day event featuring compelling lectures and panel discussions from international leaders in the disciplines of emerging technologies, operations and enforcement, and real-life cyber and national security concerns. At a time of growing concern about the vulnerability of our nation’s information systems, this conference provides an opportunity for leaders in cybersecurity from the academic, analytic, operations, research, corporate, and law enforcement arenas to come together and coordinate their efforts, creating a more secure cyber-space.

BCCS 2021

Virtual | Wednesday, March 3, 2021 | 12:00 p.m. EST
This year's three-hour conference is virtual due to COVID-19 and will consist of a keynote address by FBI Deputy Director Paul M. Abbate, and two panel discussions focusing on emerging technologies, operations and enforcement, and real-life cyber and national security experiences focusing on risk, compliance, policy, threat trends, preparedness, and defensive and mitigation strategies. Learn more and register.

 


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