Three-time Pulitzer Prize winner and national security correspondent for The New York Times David Sanger shares the inside stories of nation-state cyber conflict and discusses current threat vectors-what we know, what we don't know, and why they matter. Following the lecture, Pitt Cyber founding director David Hickton will lead a discussion with Sanger.
In partnership with Robert Morris University, we are hosting an Air Force Association CyberCamp for high school students (entering 9th grade – graduating 12th grade) from July 23-27, 2018. Last year's camp welcomed nearly 200 students, and we are opening registration to 250 students this year. This is one camp that you won't want to miss!
Pitt Cyber launched in January 2017 and our research, education, and public engagement integrates cutting-edge research and teaching across the full breadth of the University of Pittsburgh. Discover our year in review in Pitt Cyber’s 2017 Annual Report.
Read new books from Pitt Cyber’s Affiliate Scholars – Annette Vee on Coding Literacy: How Computer Programming is Changing Writing; Kevin Ashley on Artificial Intelligence and Legal Analytics: New Tools for Law Practice in the Digital Age; and Michael Madison on Governing Medical Knowledge Commons.
Inaugural cohort includes renowned Pitt faculty from the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, School of Computing and Information, School of Medicine, Department of Political Science, School of Arts and Sciences and School of Law.
David J. Hickton, former United States Attorney for the Western District of Pennsylvania, has been an advocate for cybersecurity vigilance, as well as the development of methods to defend the nation’s systems infrastructure.