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Fonash presents 'Cyber Ecosystem' overview in Fowlkes


Mississippi State University hosted Peter Fonash, chief technology officer for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) cybersecurity and communications organization, on a rainy Tuesday afternoon in Starkville, but the wet weather did not deter a large crowd from attending his lecture in Colvard Student Union's Fowlkes Auditorium.

Fonash is the architect of the current DHS cyber ecosystem approach to computer and network security.

"We appreciated the opportunity to hear an in-depth presentation from a senior technical official with Homeland Security on the current blueprint for a secure cyber future and the plan for trustworthy cyberspace. This plan is directly relevant to our research activity at MSU — particularly in the area of security for critical infrastructures," said Ray Vaughn, associate vice president for research and William L. Giles Distinguished Professor of computer science and engineering.

Dr. Fonash's presentation is available for download by clicking here


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