[talks] 11am Tue Mar 31 talk on information assurance research at the NSA

Jennifer Rexford jrex at CS.Princeton.EDU
Wed Mar 18 12:02:02 EDT 2009

Title: The Information Assurance Mission and Research at National 
Security Agency (NSA)
Speakers: Mr. Richard George, Dr. Robert Runser, and Ms. Christine Coldwell
Date/time: 11am Tuesday March 31
Location: 101 Friend Center

Mr. Richard George, the Information Assurance Technical Director at NSA, 
will discuss the information assurance mission at NSA, the historical 
context for this mission, and the pillars necessary to ensure 
information security in today's ever-changing world of technology and 

Dr. Robert Runser *01, a Research Scientist at NSA, will present a brief 
overview of research at NSA and discuss results from a forward-looking 
project investigating the potential of fiber-optic quantum key 
distribution (QKD) as a means to secure future networks.

Ms. Christine Coldwell '99 *00, a Senior Technical Development Program 
Analyst, will describe her career path in industry and government, how a 
Princeton education has prepared her, and why she is inspired by her 
career at the National Security Agency.

Hosted by Professor Paul Prucnal
CNSA Center for Networks Science and Applications

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