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Welcome to the Cybersecurity Innovation Forum Meetup Group sponsored by George Mason University's School of Business and Volgenau School of Engineering.

The Cybersecurity Innovation Forum Series is generously supported by Accenture (https://www.accenture.com/us-en/security-index).

Our meetups are held several times a year and feature a series of 15-minute case study presentations by cybersecurity experts and technology innovators followed by a panel discussion and questions. The focus of the meetings is on cybersecurity innovation including innovation rationale and motivation, technology, metrics and lessons learned.

Upcoming events (3)

Mason CyberSecurity Innovation Forum

Online event

The George Mason University Cybersecurity Innovation Forum Series is set for Thursday, November 12th, 2020, 7-9pm Virtually. Speaker announced! Henry (Jamie) Holcombe serves as the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). In this role, he is the principal advisor to the agency on the design, development, and management of its information systems and technology. Please RSVP Here -https://www.eventbrite.com/e/george-mason-university-cybersecurity-innovation-forum-registration-120398572371 The focus of the meetings is on cybersecurity innovation including innovation rationale and motivation, technology, metrics, and lessons learned. Follow us on Twitter @MasonCyber for more up-to-date discussions on cybersecurity and innovation. George Mason University’s (GMU) Volgenau School of Engineering's CARE and School of Business sponsor the events. The Cybersecurity Innovation Forum Series is generously supported by Accenture.

Tech-driven Responses to COVID-19 in Developing Asia

Online event

Tech-driven Responses to COVID-19 in Developing Asia Featuring: Bart W. Édes, Representative, North America Office, Asian Development Bank November 19, 2020, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00p.m. Washington time There is no cost to attend, but registration is required. Please register at: https://gmu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jhY9CtP5TF-L6QkD5aP8Jw Since the outbreak of COVID-19, developing countries across Asia have been harnessing technologies to respond to initial spread of the virus, and subsequent hotspots that emerged after containment. Robots have disinfected hospitals and delivered medicine and medical supplies, drones were deployed to monitor lockdowns, contract tracing apps were created to find potential virus carriers, and digital payments and other cashless transactions have become popularized as consumers have sought to avoid unnecessary physical contact. The presentation will highlight examples of technologies adopted across a range of developing Asian countries. It will also explain how the tech-enabled response to COVID-19 has been rooted in capacities that existed in Asia prior to the pandemic. www.iacio.org Please contact J.P. Auffret or Peng Warweg - [masked] and [masked] with questions or if you would like clarifications.

Mason CyberSecurity Innovation Forum

Online event

The George Mason University Cybersecurity Innovation Forum Please RSVP Here -https://www.eventbrite.com/e/george-mason-university-cybersecurity-innovation-forum-registration-120406792959 As with previous events, the Forum will consist of a series of 15-20 minute case study presentations by cybersecurity experts and technology innovators followed by a Q&A. The focus of the meetings is on cybersecurity innovation including innovation rationale and motivation, technology, metrics, and lessons learned. Follow us on Twitter @MasonCyber for more up-to-date discussions on cybersecurity and innovation. George Mason University’s (GMU) Volgenau School of Engineering's CARE and School of Business sponsor the events. The Cybersecurity Innovation Forum Series is generously supported by Accenture.

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