2012 Frank Howard Distinguished Lecture

2012 Frank Howard Distinguished Lecture
From left to right: Eugene Spafford, professor of computer science at Purdue University, David Dolling, dean of GW’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, and Will Alexander, SEAS ’04, GWSB ’06, chair of the Engineer Alumni Association.

Cyber security expert Eugene Spafford provided the 2012 Frank Howard Distinguished Lecture, held every two years by GW’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, on Wednesday, April 11.  Approximately 120 SEAS faculty, students, alumni and friends attended the lecture, Why Fixing Cyber Security Is So Difficult. The presentation was followed by a reception at which guests were able to meet the guest speaker.

Professor Spafford has served as a senior advisor and consultant on security and intelligence, cybercrime, and computing issues to major companies, law enforcement and government agencies, academic institutions, and two U.S. presidents.    >> Watch his lecture.

 

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