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CyberSecure speakers bring cross-industry perspectives on nation-state hackers, cyber-resiliency strategies, holistic risk management, and the path toward a zero-trust future. They represent a curated selection of researchers, information security specialists, and leaders experienced in preventing and responding to cybercrime attacks. They include:
- MK Palmore, Field Chief Security Officer | Palo Alto Networks
- John Hultquist, Senior Director, Intelligence Analysis | FireEye
- Jamil Farshchi, Chief Information Security Officer | Equifax
- Alissa Abdullah (Dr. Jay), Deputy Chief Security Officer | Mastercard
- Edna Conway, VP Global Security, Risk & Compliance, Azure | Microsoft Corporation
- Aaron Cockerill, Chief Strategy Officer, Chief Strategy Officer | Lookout
- Halvor Molland, Senior Vice President | Norsk Hydro ASA
- Ben Buchanan, Director, Cyber AI Project | Georgetown University
- Kimberly Grauer, Head of Research | Chainanalysis
CyberSecure presenting partners include Darktrace, a world leader in AI cybersecurity that specializes in threat detection, investigation, and
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The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:
The postponed football game between No. 7 Notre Dame and Wake Forest will be moved to Dec. 12, while the Demon Deacons also are moving their nonconference game against Campbell a week earlier to Oct. 2.
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced the revisions Wednesday. That came one day after Saturday’s game between the Demon Deacons and Fighting Irish had to be postponed due to positive COVID-19 tests within the Notre Dame program, which put 13 players in isolation and 10 more in quarantine.
Wake Forest announced the home game with Campbell in late August, originally setting that matchup with the Big South Conference program for Oct. 9.
The ACC’s revamped scheduling model allows for 11 games to be played over 13 weeks through Dec. 5, as well as the possibility of playing Dec. 12. Another
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For people who are blind or visually impaired, JAWS is synonymous with freedom to operate Windows PCs with a remarkable degree of control and precision with output in speech and Braille. The keyboard-driven application makes it possible to navigate GUI-based interfaces of web sites and Windows programs. Anyone who has ever listened to someone proficient in JAWS (the acronym for “Job Access With Speech”) navigate a PC can’t help but marvel at the speed of the operator and the rapid fire machine-voice responses from JAWS itself.
For nearly 25 years, JAWS has dominated the field of screen readers, and is in use by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. It is inarguably one of the greatest achievements in modern assistive technology. We are delighted to announce that Glen Gordon, the architect of JAWS for over 25 years, is joining the agenda at Sight Tech Global, which is a virtual event