Malice Analysis Workshop, Austin

June 19, 2019 | Austin, TX | Security

The rapid advances in bioengineering capabilities have raised concerns with the security community, lawmakers, and the general public. To help ensure biotechnology practitioners consider the security implications of their work, the Engineering Biology Research Consortium is holding an interactive workshop to help you identify potentially malicious applications of your project, mitigation options, and what to do if you identify something and don’t know how to proceed. This technically focused workshop will run for four hours and will included small group projects. Refreshments will be served culminating with lunch as part of the final debrief. Participants that complete the workshop will receive a certificate of completion which can be noted on your CV.

This workshop is supported by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security under Grant Award Number, 2017‐ST‐108‐FRG002.

University of Texas

Norman Hackerman Building
Room 1.720100 E 24th Street
Austin, Texas 78712 [View Map]

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