Cyber Intelligence: What You Need to Know Now
Friday, December 2, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI) invites you to join us on December 2 for an information session and workshop on cyber intelligence and the work of the Cyber Intelligence Research Consortium, which brings together organizations from industry, government, and academia. The session will include presentations from SEI experts as well as a hands-on human centered design activity. This session includes information of interest to attendees from various organizational levels--from directors and managers to analysts and researchers.
The Consortium brings together organizations from a variety of sectors to exchange cyber intelligence ideas, participate in hands-on training activities, and learn about emerging cyber intelligence technologies from experts in the field. Representatives from the Consortium will be on hand to answer any questions attendees may have regarding joining the Consortium.
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Terms: By registering, you grant the Software Engineering Institute permission to communicate with you via the contact information you have provided. Audio, video, and image recording during the meeting is prohibited without prior consent of the organizers and participants.
This is a closed event. Media is prohibited.
Please note that, although the event and parking are in the same building, you must enter the parking garage from a different address.
Collaborative Innovation Center (CIC Building, Level L)
4720 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Hamerschlag Drive at South Neville Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Parking and Getting to the Event
The CIC parking garage can only be accessed via Fifth Avenue, not Forbes. The garage is located below the CIC building; the entrance is on Boundary Street near the intersection of Hamerschlag Drive and South Neville Street. Pull a ticket from the machine at the gated garage entrance, and proceed into the garage and park. After parking, take your ticket with you and proceed to the elevators and take one to level “L.” Turn left out of the elevator bank and follow the signs to the event. At the end of the session, pay for parking at the kiosks located by the elevators.
When & Where
Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University
The SEI is a not-for-profit federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) at Carnegie Mellon University specifically established by the Department of Defense to focus on software and cybersecurity. We help government and industry organizations develop software-reliant systems that are more affordable and more agile, more reliable and more secure. We provide immediate and long-term integrated solutions via the strength of our workforce and focused research. The SEI is positioned to enhance impact, integration, and agility.