Ep. 51 -
Is Your Business Secure?
Every day we hear about cyber attacks and information data breaches. We live in almost a complete digital cloud where all your business information, your customer’s information and other data is accessible through the internet. How do you keep that information in the right hands? The team at Rochester Institute of Technology’s ESL Global Cybersecurity Institute has some terrific ways for companies to test just how strong their cyber security is. Join us to hear from one of the team members in this very important episode of TST as we learn ways to keep our information safe and secure.
More About Justin Pelletier
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Justin Pelletier is the Director of the Cyber Range and Training Center in RIT's Global Cybersecurity Institute. As a component of this work, he trains and leads student teams to perform security assessments for partner organizations. He also oversees cybersecurity competitions that bring together the top cyber talent from across the globe. As a Professor of Practice in the Department of Computing Security, Dr. Pelletier teaches at the undergraduate and graduate levels and helped to bring the Hacking for Defense initiative to RIT. He holds a PhD in Information Assurance and Security, an MBA in Entrepreneurship, and a BS in Computer Science. He is also a combat veteran and currently serves as a Major in the U.S. Army Reserve.
More About the ESL Global Cybersecurity Institute at RIT
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RIT’s ESL Global Cybersecurity Institute educates and trains cybersecurity professionals; develops new cybersecurity and AI-based knowledge for industry, academia, and government; and performs systems and network security testing for a wide range of partners.
Founded in 2020, the ESL Global Cybersecurity Institute at RIT is a world-class facility dedicated to cybersecurity. Their students and researchers are working to build secure systems, software, devices, and technologies of the future, while providing resources to commercialize methods, algorithms, software, devices, and designs in cybersecurity to launch scalable entrepreneurial ventures.
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