Skip to content

Innovative Technology Series: NWTC Cybersecurity Conference

NWTC Green Bay
Virtual OR In-person at the Engineering Technologies Atrium - Green Bay Campus
Home » Events » 2022 » September » Innovative Technology Series: NWTC Cybersecurity Conference
Latest Schemes in Cybersecurity
Latest Schemes in Cybersecurity

NWTC Cybersecurity Conference – Latest Schemes in Cybersecurity 

Part of the new NWTC Innovative Technology Series

Join us for this hybrid event – attend virtually or in-person on the NWTC Green Bay campus. This is the first of a four-part series of conferences covering innovative technology in cybersecurity, data analytics, AR/VR, and additive manufacturing (3-D printing).

Stream the Cybersecurity Conference

Featured Speaker:

Tommy Gardner

Tommy Gardner, Chief Technology Officer for HP Federal

Gardner’s role at HP Federal spans US federal agencies, higher education, K-12 education, state and local government customer segments, and federal systems integrators. His current responsibilities include technology leadership, strategic technology plans, product and technology strategies, salesforce technical support, and customer and partner relationships.

Gardner holds an MS degree in Management of Technology from Massachusetts Institute of Technology; an MPA of Science and Technology from Harvard; and a PhD in Energy Economics from the George Washington University.

Meet the panelists

Cleotilde (Coty) Gonzalez

Cleotilde (Coty) Gonzalez
Research Professor of Decision Sciences and Founding Director of the Dynamic Decision Making Laboratory
Carnegie Mellon University

David Rickaby

David Rickaby
Information Security Program Manager
American Foods Group, LLC

Scott Kruse

Scott Kruse
Technical Project Manager
MxD Cyber

Reimagined and Redesigned:
NWTC's Engineering Technologies Atrium 

Celebrate with NWTC! The unveiling of the dramatically transformed atrium will be held in conjunction with the Cybersecurity Conference. Experience the immersive, interactive space and see how NWTC is preparing students to become innovation leaders for the region’s workforce.

Learn more

Partial support for this work was provided by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program under Award No. 1800965. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Related Events

View All Events