Keynote Speakers

Keynote 1

Fernando Maymi

Cybersecurity: What I Hope Someone’s Teaching

Fernando Maymí, Ph.D., CISSP, is the Director of Professional Services at IronNet, where he is charged with the delivery of cybersecurity training, assessments and consulting to customers worldwide. He formerly was the Lead Cyber Scientist at Soar Technology, where he researched and developed multiple artificial intelligence projects for the U.S. Department of Defense. Fernando is also one of the founders and the first Deputy Director of the Army Cyber Institute at West Point, the Army’s think tank for strategic issues in cyberspace. His publications include the CISSP All-in-One Exam Guide.

Keynote 2

John Impagliazzo, Ph.D.

Computing Competency: A Contemporary Transformational Agent

Professor Emeritus John Impagliazzo chaired the ACM Two-Year College Committee (1988-1991), chaired the committee that produced the 2016 ACM/IEEE Computer Engineering Curriculum Report (CE2016) and was the principal coauthor and editor of its predecessor, CE2004. Additionally, he was a key member of the committee that produced the ACM/IEEE Computing Curricula 2005 Report (CC2005), which defined computing disciplines. He was also a principal coauthor of the ACM/IEEE information technology report (IT2017). He is currently a member of the steering committee of the CC2020 project that is in the process of developing global computing curricular guidelines. Dr. Impagliazzo chaired the IFIP Working Group 9.7 (History of Computing), served for many years on the IEEE History Committee, chaired the ACM Accreditation Committee for twelve years, and served in various capacities on the ACM Education Board for three decades. He is an ABET program evaluator for both computing and engineering programs. As a program evaluator, as a team chair for governments and agencies, or as an expert consultant, he has evaluated more than eighty computing and engineering programs worldwide. Impagliazzo was the founding editor-in-chief of the ACM Inroads magazine, produced eighteen books, published hundreds of articles, and helped develop a history of computing. Impagliazzo is a Fellow and a Life Member of IEEE, a Fellow of CSAB, and a Distinguished Educator of ACM.

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