Georgia Tech will host a wireless security summit on Nov. 15.
The event is being put on by the Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC). The conference will take place at the Global Learning & Conference Center on the Tech campus.
“GTISC is committed to raising awareness and educating consumers and enterprises alike to the security issues associated with emerging and growing technologies,” said Mustaque Ahamad, director of the GTISC. “The Wireless Security Summit is an important forum for leading executives and experts across all areas of the wireless spectrum to come together and examine the security concerns and possible solutions for this high-growth industry.”
Keynote speaker will be Mitch Gelman, senior vice president and executive producer of CNN.com.
For more information, see: gtisc.gatech.edu