I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of San Francisco. I am also the Graduate Director for the Masters in Science in Computer Science (MSCS) program, and teach courses for the Masters in Science in Analytics (MSAN) program.
We are thrilled to bring back the Data Visualization Speaker Series for Spring 2016! We have two fantastic speakers for this semester. See each event page for more details, including how to RSVP!
Join USF for a critical conversation about cybersecurity in today's globally connected world as leaders from government, business, and security discuss the ethical, social, and legal implications of information technology and the nature of increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks.
Wednesday, October 14th
Fromm Hall, Xavier Auditorium
5:00pm – Event Registration RSVP Required
5:30pm – Panel I: Ethical, Moral, and Legal Implications of Cyber Attacks. Features John Callas (Silent Circle), Nate Cardozo (EFF), Susan Freiwald (USF), and Jonathan Reiber (Office of the Secretary of Defense).
6:30pm – Panel II: Investing in Security: The Industry and Emerging Technologies. Features Bab Ackerman (Allegis Capital), Joe Levy (Sophos), Barmak Meftah (Alienvault), and Danny Yadron (Wall Street Journal).
7:30pm – Reception
The Symposium on Cyber Security is hosted by the College of Arts and Sciences. See the events calendar for additional details and contact information.
The Department of Computer Science at the University of San Francisco is hiring TWO tenure-track Assistant Professors starting in August 2016. For full consideration, applications should be submitted by December 1, 2015. Click here for additional details.
We have announced our speakers for Spring 2015:
Go to the Data Visualization Speaker Series website for details and to RSVP.