Special Seminars and Events
ITI hosts a monthly "Entrepreneurial Forum" featuring guest speakers focusing on technology transfer, commercialization, and new venture startup and development.See the Entrepreneurial Forum page for details.
In addition to its regular Trust & Security Seminar (TSS) series and the ITI Distinguished Lecture series (DLS), from time to time, ITI hosts or co-hosts special seminars on a variey of topics. See the ITI calendar for a complete list of upcoming ITI seminars.
The TCIPG Summer School
The TCIPG Summer School features an intensive, engaging, and value-packed week of education and training for utility/industry practitioners, researchers, and students who want to explore the nexus between energy systems and cybersecurity.
Other Related Seminars
Some other organizations in Urbana-Champaign, including the following, host seminars that may be of interest to trust researchers.
- SIGSAC@UIUC: Special Interest Group for Security, Audit, and Control
Workshops, Forums and Events
ITI also hosts larger-scale events, such as workshops. Information on recent and upcoming events is available below.
Symposium and Bootcamp on the Science of Security (April 21 and 22)
The motivation behind the nascent Science of Security is to understand how computing systems are architected, built, used, and maintained with a view to understanding and addressing security challenges systematically across their life cycle. In particular, two features distinguish the Science of Security from previous research programs on security. See the website for details.
ITI 10-Year Anniversary (Sept. 17-18, 2014)
See the website for details.
Cyber Security for Process Control Systems Summer School (June 16-20, 2008)
See the web site for details.
4th ITI Workshop on Dependability and Security: Opportunities and Challenges in Building an Overarching Community (Nov. 30, 2007)
See the web site for details.
3rd ITI Workshop on Dependability and Security: Opportunities and Challenges in Building an Overarching Community (Dec. 5, 2006)
This year the workshop focused on the challenges and opportunities involved in the interplay of industry and academia in the field of dependable and secure computing. See the web site for details.
2nd Midwest Security Workshop (Sept. 30, 2006)
MSW is a regional workshop for researchers in security that meets at sites in the Midwestern U.S. ITI is hosting the 2006 workshop. See the workshop web site for more information.
Chancellor Richard Herman hosts the Trusted ILLIAC Cluster Launch and Corporate Technologists' Roundtable (May 10, 2006)
Launch of the Trusted ILLIAC Cluster, news conference, and presentation of "A Secure and Reliable Future for Large-Scale Enterprise Computing," a roundtable discussion by national leaders in high-technology industries on the challenges and opportunities in next-generation large-scale computing infrastructures. See the event web site for more information.
Midwest Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (March 24-26, 2006)
The Information Trust Institute and the Center for Systems Security and Information Assurance co-hosted the first Midwest Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Exercise at Siebel Center for Computer Science on the UIUC campus March 24-26, 2006. See the web site for more information.
2nd ITI Workshop on Dependability and Security: Opportunities and Challenges in Building an Overarching Community (December 6, 2005)
The December 2005 ITI Workshop on Dependability and Security built on the success of the inaugural workshop held in December 2004. This year the workshop provided a forum for leading academics and industry researchers to speak to the challenges and opportunities in dependable and secure computing with emphasis on critical applications. See the web site for further information.
Developing Technologies for the Homeland Security Market Forum (October 13, 2005)
This conference was presented by the Homeland Security Market Development Bureau within the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) in partnership with ITI and the American Electronics Association (AeA). National experts and leading firms in information technology, electronics, and communications equipment provided the most current information about the homeland security market in specific fields of interest and offered direction on meeting the industry's current and future needs. Attendees learned how to take advantage of emerging markets for cyber security, interoperable communications, intelligence analysis, and command and control software. Highlights included strategy sessions with successful companies and finance professionals, who advised attendees on how to break into this growing industry and show businesses how they stand to benefit from putting innovative Illinois companies and market forces to work for them. For more information, see registration information and a press release from Gov. Blagojevich.
1st ITI Workshop on Dependability and Security: Opportunities and Challenges in Building an Overarching Community (December 3, 2004)
The December 2004 ITI Workshop on Dependability and Security provided a forum for leading academics and industry researchers to speak to the challenges and opportunities in dependable and secure computing. The participating experts represented a broad range of dependability/security issues. The workshop was sponsored by the newly created Information Trust Institute (ITI) at Illinois, and was held in the Coordinated Science Laboratory on the campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. See the workshop web site for details and files of the slides and posters that were presented.