- cyber vulnerabilities
- trade and travel
- National Security
- homeland security
- National Defense & Border Security
- Global Enterprise & Border Studies
- Cross-cutting: Cyberinfrastructure and Collaborative Environments
UTEP Strategic Areas
- National Defense and Border Security
- Cross-cutting: Emerging Technologies: Information Technology, Biotechnology and Nanotechnology
Date: 24 October 2013 21:07
Growing concerns about cyber threats along the border that could impact energy, business and other industries are the reason behind the one-day seminar hosted by The University of Texas at El Paso that will address aspects of cyber security as part of a continuing series funded by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Approximately 100 representatives from federal, state and local agencies tied to DHS are expected to attend “Cyber Threats: Crimes, Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection” from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, in UTEP’s Bioscience Research Building Auditorium.
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