Thursday, December 15, 2022

Trusted CI Webinar Series: Planning for 2023, review of 2022

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

The following topics and speakers have been booked in 2023 so far:  

  • January: Real-Time Operating System and Network Security for Scientific Middleware with Gedare Bloom (NSF Award #2001789)
  • February: Security Program for the NIH’s Common Fund Data Ecosystem with Rick Wagner 
  • March: Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) with Steven Wallace 
  • April: Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Coordination Ecosystem: Services and Support (ACCESS) with Derek Simmel and Alex Withers (NSF Award #2138296)
  • May: Deception Awareness and Resilience Training (DART) with Anita Nikolich (NSF Award #2230494)
  • September: Improving the Privacy and Security of Data for Wastewater-based Epidemiology with Stephanie Forrest and Ni Trieu (NSF Award #2115075)
  • October: Enhancing Integrity and Confidentiality for Secure Distributed Data Sharing (Open Science Chain) with Subhashini Sivagnanam (NSF Award #2114202)

In case you missed them, here are the webinars from 2022: 

  • January ‘22: EDUCAUSE HECVAT v3 and OSC engagement with Kyle Early and Charles Escue (Video)(Slides) 
  • February ‘22: The Results of the Trusted CI Annual Challenge on Software with Sean Peisert, Elisa Heymann, and Barton Miller (Video)(Slides) 
  • April ’22: Updates from the Trusted CI Framework Cohort with Scott Russell (Video)(Slides) 
  • June ‘22: Ransomware with REN-ISAC’s Sarah Bigham and Krysten Stevens (Video)(Slides) 
  • August ‘22: CIS Controls with Trusted CI (Video)(Slides) 
  • September ‘22: Lowering the Barrier to Entry for Regulated Research Through Community Building with Carolyn Ellis and Erik Deumens (Video)(Slides) 
  • December 5th: Science DMZ Engagement with University of Arkansas (Video)(Slides)

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2022 NSF Cybersecurity Summit Report now available

NSF scientists, researchers, cybersecurity, and cyberinfrastructure professionals and stakeholders gathered once again for the 2022 NSF Cybersecurity Summit for Large Facilities and Cyberinfrastructure. Trusted CI, NSF’s Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, celebrated the 10th anniversary of hosting the Summit. 

The 2022 Summit was held October 18-20 in person in Bloomington, IN with a virtual option available for Plenary 1 and 2. The 2022 Summit hosted 224 attendees, including 17 students, and 12 of 17 NSF Large Facilities. Framework adoption, Operational Technology, and preparing for AI were important themes at the Summit. 

The Trusted CI team looks forward to an in-person Summit in Berkeley, CA, October 23-27, 2023, along with a virtual attendance option, so we can continue to advance the mission of the NSF science community.

Click here to see the 2022 Summit report.