Cybersecurity News & Events In Colorado Springs
The CyberSpace Game Jam is a hackathon focused on cybersecurity game development. It’s an opportunity for smart, innovative and passionate college students and high school students to collaborate and connect. The weekend stirs a community creative buzz in cybersecurity games, while at the same time exploring the process of development, be it programming, interactive design, narrative exploration or artistic expression. It is all condensed into a 48-hour development cycle. The CyberSpace Game Jam encourages people with all kinds of backgrounds to participate and contribute to this community spread of game development and creativity.
Fifth-Generation (5G) technology represents the next step in wireless network opportunities, but it also introduces security concerns. Join this webinar to learn more about 5G from CISA’s cybersecurity and infrastructure security experts, including an overview of 5G technology and the potential risks of 5G adoption and implementation within critical infrastructure.
The Director of Cybersecurity Programs is the public representative for UCCS cybersecurity programs and is expected to seek and support new opportunities to broaden and build the cybersecurity program. The Director is responsible for the coordination of campus cybersecurity activities and is the primary campus liaison with the National Cybersecurity Center (NCC) and the Mountain West Cyber Higher Education Consortium (MWCC).
Join Chris for a Colorado legislative roundtable discussion with State Senator Bob Gardner, State Representative Terri Carver, former State Senator Kent Lambert, and Trace Ridpath from the Governor’s office of Information Technology.