ON-Lion Letter
The inaugural Cybersecurity of Critical Infrastructure Summit took place January 11-13, 2017 at Texas A&M University. A diverse set of cybersecurity experts and thought leaders helped strategic leaders across a range of organizations gain a deeper appreciation for both the evolving cyber threats to our crucial infrastructure, as well as the promising technological and policy innovations that could mitigate those threats. The desired outcome of this event, and in follow up engagements, is to prepare participants and others to make well-informed and sound decisions relating to policies, technologies, and resources allocated to address cybersecurity threats to our infrastructures.

The Texas A&M University College of Engineering and Bush School of Government and Public Service have a long history of engaging in research and educational undertakings that contribute to national and economic security. The collaborative effort to host this summit was intended to make further contributions to this end. 

The Texas A&M University Cybersecurity of Critical Infrastructure Summit was made possible with essential support from the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation.


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