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ITI | CIRI Summer Research Team Final Presentation

Event Type
NCSA 1040 and GoToMeeting
Jul 16, 2019   11:00 am  
Amy Terven
Originating Calendar
Information Trust Institute

CIRI Summer Research Team Final Presentation
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
11 am – 12 pm Central Time: Faculty Presentations - 1040 NCSA and GoToMeeting webcast
12 pm – 1 pm Central Time: Student Poster Session (lunch provided) – NCSA Lobby



Radian Belu, Southern University, Baton Rouge

Sybil Rosado, Benedict College



DHS Summer Research Team faculty leads will be presenting on their DHS Summer Research Team Projects.  Dr. Belu will be speaking on improving the resilience and emergency service restoration in the aftermath of an extreme event by microgrids.  Dr. Rosado will be speaking on changing the culture of cybersecurity awareness among small businesses.


Following the presentations, the Summer Research Team students will present posters on their summer projects in the NCSA lobbySince lunch will provided, please RSVP by emailing Amy Terven at aterven@illinois.edu.


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CIRI Summer Research Team Final Presentation 
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ABOUT CIRI: The Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute (CIRI) conducts research and education that enhances the resiliency of the nation’s critical infrastructures and the businesses and public entities that own and operate those assets and systems.


CIRI is funded by a $20 million five-year grant from the Department of Homeland Security. It is led by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with collaborators from other U.S. universities and national labs.


With an emphasis on outputs-oriented research, education and workforce development, and early and continuous engagement with end users and homeland security practitioners, CIRI will explore the organizational, policy, business, and technical dimensions of critical infrastructure’s dependence on cyber assets. CIRI will examine how computer hardware and software both contribute to and threaten resiliency and how industry makes decisions about cyber assets which contribute to resilience.


A significant focus of the CIRI will be on transitioning research outputs for use by DHS operational components, other homeland security end users, policymakers, decision makers across all levels of industry and government, and community leaders.


More information about CIRI can be found at: http://ciri.illinois.edu/

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