Fordham, FBI Hosting Fifth Annual Global Cyber Security Summit
It’s been all over the news—intrusions, hacks, and breaches into private companies and U.S. government organizations—but we’ve been talking cyber security for years. The fifth annual International Conference on Cyber Security (ICCS), a joint event between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Fordham University, brings together global leaders from law enforcement, private industry, and academia.
Speakers at ICCS include:
- Admiral Michael S. Rogers, National Security Agency
- Director James Comey, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation
- James Clapper, Director, Directorate of National Intelligence
- Christopher Marquart, Chief Information Security Officer, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals
- Edward Amoroso, Senior Vice President and Chief Security Officer, AT&T Services
The event is held at Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus from January 6-8, 2015. ICCS 2015 is a unique opportunity to learn and speak with leading cyber security experts and solution providers around the world. See the ICCS program for more details: http://iccs.fordham.edu/program/iccs2015/
Please note some sessions may be closed to the press. A full list will be available at check in.
In order to be credentialed for ICCS 2015, journalists will need to provide the following (this includes camera and sound crew and producers):
- Full Name
- Name of Media Outlet
- Work E-Mail Address
- Work Phone Number
- Cell/Mobile Phone Number
Check in required is at the press table. The press table will be staffed during the entire conference. ICCS-issued press passes must be visible at all times while you are at the conference.
At check in, all journalists will be required to submit a valid government ID and proof of employment/assignment (ID or letter) from their respective outlets. Holders of NYPD Press Credentials should also submit those.
All photographic, audio and video equipment will be checked by security before admission to the venue (journalists should arrive 15 minutes in advance of the session(s) they want to attend to allow for security checks). Photography, audio, and video recording are not allowed outside the main venue, the Costantino Room.
Program receptions, luncheons, and networking events are only open to program participants.