Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

Event host

School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering

When
2 August 2019 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Where

Updated venue:

Room T105
Hawken Engineering Building
Building 50
St Lucia Campus

Registrations

Registrations for this event are now closed

Update: Due to a good response to the event, we're excited to announce a new and bigger venue. Please see below for the full location detail.

UQ Computing Society is excited to host Professor Corey Schou to present a student lecture during his short stay in Brisbane. Inducted in 2019 to the U.S. Cyber Security Hall of Fame, Professor Schou is responsible for developing a distinguished body of knowledge in information systems security used by over 250 colleges and universities in U.S. and continues to shape cyber security education and training across the globe.

In the lecture, Professor Schou will be covering the topics below:

  • Current trends and issues in cybersecurity
  • What is required in cyber education to address current skills gaps?
  • The roles of academic qualifications and professional certifications in the cyber industry
  • Future directions in cybersecurity education, and the landscape in general

Throughout his distinguished career, Professor Schou has been pivotal in developing secure information systems for global organisations including Microsoft, General Motors and Federal Express. He currently serves as a Professor of Information Systems at Idaho State University and has been responsible for developing a distinguished body of knowledge in information systems security used by over 250 colleges and universities in the U.S.

This is a lecture for UQ Students hosted by UQ Computing Society, FREE PIZZA will be served though to assist us with catering, please RSVP.

You can reserve your place to attend this event by filling in the RSVP form via the regsiter now button.

UQ Computing Society

Enquiries

For enquiries please contact:

engagement@itee.uq.edu.au