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Dickie George
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Monday, July 16th from 2-3pm
Dickie George
Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory
Location: Jackson Conference Room, Cummings Hall

Abstract

Dickie George was at the National Security Agency for 41 years, the last eight of which as Technical Director for Information Assurance; he currently serves as the Senior Advisor for Cyber Security for the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics lab. Dickie will talk about life as a researcher in the Intelligence Community and will discuss opportunities for students as permanent hires and for seasonal (summer as well as other times) intern positions at both NSA and APL. There will be stories spy versus spy events, a discussion of what it means to be a target, a discussion of the threat/adversary model, the cold war, the cyber cold war, and how the adversarial model has changed. There will be ample time for questions about life in Maryland.

Please RSVP to ISTS by noon on Friday, July 13th.

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