The 2020 NSF Cybersecurity Summit is scheduled to take place Tuesday, September 22 through Thursday the 24th. Due to the impact of the global pandemic, this year’s summit will be virtual.
The final program is still evolving but will maintain the mission to provide a format designed to increase the NSF community’s understanding of cybersecurity strategies that strengthen trustworthy science: what data, processes, and systems are crucial to the scientific mission, what risks they face, and how to protect them.
Call for Participation (CFP)
Program content for the summit is driven by the community. Proposals for presentations, breakout, and training sessions, as well as nominations for student scholarships, are welcome. The deadline for CFP submissions is June 29th. To learn more about the CFP, visit: https://trustedci.org/
Due to the Summit moving to a virtual format, access will be available to all active students who apply (or until the headcount limit is reached). More information and application can be found at trustedci.org/2020-
More information can be found at https://trustedci.org/2020-