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US Army Approach to Cyber Security
|Time & Location||10:00AM - 11:00AM | Room 317B|
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Honolulu Engineer District
Cyber security has gained increasing importance and scrutiny recently. The lack of cyber security has touched many, from hospital breaches in the UK; ransomware and stealing of personal data from the University of Hawaii and the Federal Office of Personnel Management. Are our own utilities safe from hacking? Are our military facilities safe? Can someone shut down Tripler Army Medical Center utility systems? This seminar will discuss the current status and thoughts of how the US Army is approaching cyber security requirements.
Todd Barnes, PE, is the chief of engineering and construction for the Honolulu District. He leads a workforce of 200 engineers, architects, scientists and technicians responsible for military and civil works design, construction management and administration, operations and maintenance, cost engineering, and civil works technical functions. He brings a unique blend of private sector and Corps of Engineers experience. He was vice president for program and project management development, and previously the profit center manager for a national firm responsible for operations in the Pacific Rim and Hawaii. He also served as assistant director of military programs at Headquarters, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.