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The Present And Future of Cyberweapons And Cybersecurity

Today, it’s Cyberworld 101, as experts help us understand the rise of cyberweapons, cyberconflict, cybersecurity and new technologies.



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How do we keep safe in the digital world? And how does the digital world increasingly intersect with — and impact — our analog world?

Today, it's Cyberworld 101.

Experts will join us to answer your questions about new technologies and to discuss cyberconflict, cyberwarfare and cybersecurity.

And what about the rise of cyberweapons?

How do these technologies impact society, culture?

Even world order and peace?

And what does the future hold?


David E. Sanger:

Chris Bronk:

  • Associate Professor of Computer and Information Systems
  • Director of the UH Cybersecurity Graduate Program

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