AIS and the Griffiss Institute to Hold Second Educational Lecture
ROME, NY - Assured Information Security (AIS) and the Griffiss Institute (GI) will hold a virtual educational lecture on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, at 11am EST. The lecture is titled “Fissure RF Framework” and will cover the modular and extensible software designed to greatly speed the identification of vulnerabilities in radio frequency (RF) protocols, waveforms and devices.
This is the second lecture scheduled in a series hosted by the GI with presentations conducted by AIS engineers and scientists who are working on cutting-edge research and development projects.
AIS employee Eric Thayer (headshot attached), Group Lead for the Systems Analysis and Exploitation Group (SAE) will present alongside Chris Poore (headshot attached), Senior Computer Engineer for SAE at AIS.
“We look forward to sharing the extensive research and developments we’ve done with the Fissure RF Framework,” said Thayer. “This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to further their knowledge in the identification of vulnerabilities.”
The presentation is open to the public and is ideal for those who are working or studying within the field of cyber and information security.
For more information and to register for the event, please visit: www.griffissinstitute.org/gi-lecture-education-series.