University of Idaho students, faculty highlighted at CAES-Cybercore seminar series

The April session of the CAES-Cybercore Cybersecurity Talks seminar series featured seven lightning presentations by University of Idaho professors and graduate students highlighting the capabilities of RADICL, a cybersecurity research lab developed and maintained by the Center for Secure and Dependable Systems (CSDS) for more than 15 years at UI's main campus in Moscow and over the last few years at the Idaho Falls Center. Each presenter had 20 slides and 20 seconds to explain each slide. Dr. Michael Haney, an assistant professor of Computer Science for the University of Idaho and a cybersecurity researcher for the Cybercore Integration Center, served as moderator of the event. Held monthly, the CAES-Cybercore seminar series is intended to further the collaborative objectives outlined in the CAES Strategy while bolstering Cybercore's mission of protecting critical infrastructure systems from an always-evolving threat landscape.