Cybersecurity Innovation Forum Preview

Within the cybersecurity industry, staying at the top of the latest cybersecurity innovations is pertinent to sustained success. Discussions with fellow cybersecurity experts on new cybersecurity innovations will help you to stay relevant and focused.

George Mason’s School of Business will be hosting a Cybersecurity Innovation Forum on April 13 for professionals looking to discover the newest innovations in cybersecurity. The focus of the evening will be on innovations that address current and evolving challenges and have had a real, measurable impact.

Speakers include:

  • Dmitry Dain, CTO & founder, Virgil Security, has been bringing new technologies to the market for more than 15 years, with his latest venture offering authentication and encryption tools plus key management in the cloud for developers.
  • Dan Fleck, lab director, Center for Assurance Research and Engineering (CARE), George Mason University who has led multiple research programs encompassing network intrusion detection, malware analysis and network attack resilience.
  • Georgia Weidman, founder of Shevirah, Inc. and Bulb Security who founded Herndon-based Shevirah to create product solutions for assessing and managing the risk of mobile devices.
  • Brett Wilson, vice president of sales, enSilo, a security industry veteran, who leads enSilo’s sales and customer success teams globally with a focus on bringing enSilo’s innovative targeted attack containment platform to market in North America.

Bring your questions and ideas! There will be opportunities for discussion with the cybersecurity experts presenting.

Mark Your Calendars:
Cybersecurity Innovation Forum
Wednesday, April 13
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Room 163, Research Hall, Fairfax Campus
Click here for more information and to register.
*The event is sponsored by the Research Partnerships and Grants Initiative (School of Business) and the Center for Assurance Research and Engineering (Volgenau School of Engineering).

George Mason also provides cybersecurity education through its MS in Management of Secure Information Systems, a cyber security masters degree providing a path to enhance professionals in the cybersecurity field and put them at the forefront of addressing cybersecurity innovation and challenges. This cybersecurity masters program provides students with the leadership and management expertise needed while addressing the specific technology and policy challenges of modern information systems and networks. This cross-disciplinary program draws on the expertise of faculty members within the School of Business, School of Public Policy, and Volgenau School of Engineering.


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Mary Crowson

Mary Crowson is a program operations specialist for the Research Partnerships and Grants Initiative within George Mason's School of Business.

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