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Published September 29, 2020
As part of Cybersecurity Month, the University of Wyoming community is invited to participate in the 2020 virtual Wyoming Cybersecurity Conference Monday through Wednesday, Oct. 5-7.
The conference is free for UW students, faculty, staff and media members for the three half-day sessions. Registration and conference information can be found at www.cyberwyoming.org/conference.
Topics include the dark web; ways information technology professionals can deal with stress; election protection; workforce development; health care device compliance; social engineering challenges; how small businesses reduce risks; education opportunities; threat intelligence; and the role of Legos in understanding cybersecurity.
Question-and-answer sessions will follow presentations. National vendor representatives will be online to share their latest offerings in cybersecurity and technology.
The event is presented by the CyberWyoming Alliance in partnership with the Federal Business Council. Microsoft is the event’s major sponsor, and other sponsors include DigeTekS, Holland & Hart, and Wyoming Public Media.
For more information, email Pat Wolfinbarger, CyberWyoming Alliance co-founder, at email@example.com.