Friday, October 23, 9am-4:30pm CT
Virtual Symposium hosted by the UW-Stout Cybersecurity Research & Outreach Center (CyROC)
The Thompson Center was pleased to cosponsor the Cybersecurity Symposium, as part of the Thompson Center’s ongoing series: Privacy in a Digital World. Keynote Speaker was Jonathan Lehner, Dean of the National Security Agency National Cryptologic School’s College of Cyber, addressing the role of movies in some of the key events in U.S. cybersecurity. Meagan Wolfe, Administrator at the Wisconsin Elections Commission, spoke on election security in Wisconsin. The day also featured a panel discussion on mentoring and advancing women in security, remarks by UW-Stout Chancellor Katherine P. Frank, hands-on Cloud Security Labs, and a virtual exhibit hall and career fair. The panel on advancing women in cybersecurity included Andrea Kittleson of Rockwell Automation, Tricia Foxwell of Securian Financial, and President Adrienne Hartman of Women in Technology Wisconsin, Inc. Learn more at the CyROC website.