Cyber Strategic Advisor David Stone of Google Cloud will present NC State’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month (CSAM) virtual keynote on Tuesday, Oct. 3 at 1 p.m.
This year’s CSAM theme, “Tidy Up Your Digital Tracks,” encourages the campus community to review and make changes to how they store and use data at NC State and in their personal lives.
During his presentation, “Securing the Internet at the Speed and Scale of Google,” Stone will talk about the threats to the cyber landscape and the actions and tactics that Google uses to secure the internet.
Join this session to glimpse what it takes to secure Google daily and learn what tactics you can apply to protect your information. You will also learn how innovations in AI are helping the defenders leverage the power for good.
As a defender in Google Cloud’s Office of the Chief Information Security Officer, Stone innovates game-changing security transformation programs to protect the financial industry. An internationally respected industry thought leader, Stone brings almost 20 years of experience transforming security for Fortune Global 500 companies, including building and securing SWIFT payment systems. He now helps financial services institutions build and maintain secure systems. To register for this event, visit REPORTER.
The event is brought to you by the Office of Information Technology, NC State Department of Computer Science, the ePartners Program, and CISCO.
To learn about other planned security events in October, visit NC State’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month website.