► VIDEO | Dec. 2, 2020 | The election may be over, but its shadow still remains. For the last year election security has been a leading concern for governments and constituents. PIT practitioners have been right in the thick of it, working to stanch disinformation, protect voting infrastructure, and make the path to the polls easier.

Our speakers will discuss the role of PIT in election security – what we’ve learned during this election cycle, and how we can use the information in the future.

Moderator: Maurice Turner, Election Security

Expert Speakers: Bruce Schneier, Fellow & Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government Richard DeMillo, Chair, School of Cybersecurity and Privacy, Charlotte B. and Roger C. Warren Professor of Computing, Georgia Tech;

Jake Braun, Executive Director Cyber Policy Initiative, Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago;

Robin Carnahan, Fellow, Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation, Georgetown University

► VIDEO | GT Computing Fireside Chat: Rich DeMillo hosts Kabir Barday

VIDEO | Nov. 19, 2020 |

As part of a new entrepreneurship initiative, the College of Computing is hosting a monthly virtual speaker series with various alumni and faculty around different topics. Rich DeMillo, chair of the School of Cybersecurity and Privacy, will host a fireside chat on entrepreneurship and cybersecurity with Kabir Barday, CS 09, founder and CEO of OneTrust on Nov. 19, 7 p.m. EDT. The talks are open for GT Computing students and alumni to participate, and start with a fireside chat followed by audience Q&A.