The Cybersecurity Lecture Series at Georgia Tech is a free, open-to-the-public, one-hour presentation offered each Friday, featuring thought leaders who are advancing the field of cybersecurity. Meet executives from Fortune 500 companies, researchers from federal intelligence agencies, as well as university faculty and students sharing their latest discoveries. Lectures are open to all -- students, faculty, industry, government, or simply the curious.
The Cybersecurity Lecture Series is held from 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm every Friday in the CODA 9th Floor Atrium [map].
All information about the Cybersecurity Lecture Series can be found here: https://cyber.gatech.edu/cyber-lecture.
This course allows students to get course credit for engaging with the lecture series. Every week, all students in this course should register for and attend the Cybersecurity Lecture Series. To sign up for notifications and register for each week's Cybersecurity Lecture, please see the homepage: https://cyber.gatech.edu/cyber-lecture.
After each Cybersecurity Lecture Series event, we can all continue the discussion as a group on Piazza for thoughts, comments, and questions. Many of the Cybersecurity Lecture Series presentations are very thought-provoking! Every year, we discuss at least a few fascinating ideas in more depth on Piazza.
This is a Pass/Fail course. Students must attend all Cybersecurity Lecture Series events during the semester unless they get approval for an absence from the instructor at least 1 day ahead of time. There is also free lunch!
Class location: CODA 9th Floor Atrium [map]
Class day/time: Friday 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Instructor: Professor Brendan Saltaformaggio
Office: CODA E1068B
Students are expected to abide by the Georgia Tech Academic Honor Code. Honest and ethical behavior is expected at all times. All incidents of suspected dishonesty will be reported to and handled by the Office of Student Integrity.
Whenever needed, the instructor will make accommodations for students with documented disabilities. These accommodations must be arranged in advance and in accordance with the Office of Disability Services.
Class attendance is mandatory, and past offerings have shown that students who are actively involved in class discussions have the best experience conquering this challenging subject matter. Course deadlines and assignments can be modified for students with documented absences. These accommodations must be arranged in advance and in accordance with the Georgia Tech Attendance Policy.