Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Trusted CI Webinar Series: Planning for 2022, review of 2021

The 2021 season of the Trusted CI Webinar series has concluded and we are looking forward to the presentations scheduled in 2022.

In 2022 we will be featuring webinars that reflect Trusted CI's commitment to providing additional support, consultation and guidance to NSF Major Facilities.

The following topics and have been booked early in 2022:

  • January 24th, The EDUCUSE Higher Education Community Vendor Assessment Toolkit (HECVAT) and our engagement with Ohio Supercomputer Center
  • February 28th, Software Assurance: Findings of the 2021 Trusted CI Annual Challenge

In case you missed them, here are the webinars from 2021:

  • January ’21: SciTokens with Jim Basney, Brian Bockelman, and Derek Weitzel (Video)(Slides)
  • February ’21: The CARE Lab: Application, Research, and Education with Aunshul Rege (Video)(Slides)
  • March ’21: REED+ ecosystem with Carolyn Ellis, Jay Yang, and Preston Smith  (Video)(Slides)
  • April ’21: Arizona State’s ScienceDMZ with Douglas Jennewein and Chris Kurtz (Video)(Slides)
  • May ’21: Identifying Vulnerable GitHub Repositories with Sagar Samtani (Video)(Slides)
  • June ’21: Investigating Secure Development In Practice: A Human-Centered Perspective with Michelle Mazurek (Video)(Slides)
  • July ’21: Open Science Grid with Brian Bockleman (Video)(Slides)
  • August ‘21: NCSA Experience with SOC2 in the Research Computing Space with Alex Withers (Video)(Slides)
  • September ‘21: Q-Factor: Real-time data transfer optimization leveraging In-band Network provided by P4 data planes (Video)(Slides)
  • October ‘21: The Trusted CI Framework; Overview and Recent Developments with Scott Russell (Video)(Slides)
  • December ‘21: Lessons from a Real-World Ransomware Attack on Research (Video)(Slides)
Join Trusted CI''s announcements mailing list for information about upcoming events. Our complete catalog of webinars and other presentations are available on our YouTube channel.