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Workshop, Friday, April 26

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How do we satisfy the ever-increasing need to reliably store, share, and access data? How do we keep it secret? How do we keep it safe? How do we adjust to variable demand and expectations? 

While new models for storing and communicating information revolutionize what is possible, new technology may require new security and privacy paradigms. Application characteristics and varying user requirements result in a variable demand for computing resources that must be managed efficiently.

Workshop details

Date: Friday, April 26
Time: TBD
Location: Virginia Tech's Integrated Security & Education Center, Corps Leadership and Military Science Building, Virginia Tech Blacksburg campus 

The goal of this workshop is to provide a platform to increase awareness of expertise and to foster collaboration for larger research and proposal efforts in topics related to technology and data storage, communications, distributed networks, and security. 

  • Participants are invited to give a short (15-minute) presentation about their research or research area.
  • Talks should be overviews designed for an audience working in adjacent areas.

This workshop is sponsored by 4-VA and the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative in Southwest Virginia.