Duke in DC

1201 Pennsylvania Ave. Lobby Conference Center, Washington, DC 20004

Washington, DC, US, 20004

Please join us for this two day seminar.

Please join Duke University & the FBI Association of Intelligence Analysts for a Cybersecurity and Fintech conference on April 7 & 8. For students, the conference will be like an extended survey course in Cybersecurity and FinTech, with conversations from leading practitioners in areas including ransomware, APTs, threat intelligence best practices, and law enforcement & private sector cooperation and innovation in child exploitation prosecutions. For current practitioners, this is an excellent opportunity to network and hear from subject matter experts on emerging trends, threats, and best practices.

About us:

The FBI Association of Intelligence Analysts (AIA) is a non-profit founded by and composed of former FBI intelligence analysts. Our mission is to advance the careers of public and private sector intelligence analysts through mentoring, networking, and advocacy.

The Duke Master of Engineering in Cybersecurity provides students with an interdisciplinary applied education, taught by industry leading professors, that is producing global leaders in this dynamic space.


LinkedIn: FBI Association of Intelligence Analysts

Guests are expected to be vaccinated and to follow D.C. health and safety requirements under effect at the time of the event. All guests must wear masks inside the building.

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