ESnet’s CI Engineering Brown Bag Webinars for 2019

March 21, 2019

Updated 6/11

ESnet has a YouTube channel with all their recordings.

ESnet’s CI Engineering Brownbag webinars kick off Friday, March 29th @ 1pm CST.   The current schedule is at the bottom of this blog post. See ESnet’s website for more info:

On June 14 at 1:00 Central, Von Welch & Susan Sons from Indiana University will talk about “NSF Resources for Research Cybersecurity: Trusted CI and ResearchSOC”.  A quick abstract for the talk:    

Cybersecurity for research has a number of particular challenges including unusual instruments, high-performance infrastructure, and global collaboratioins. This talk will cover two NSF-funded community resources for cybersecurity for research: Trusted CI, the NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, and ResearchSOC, a security operations center designed for research infrastructure. The presenters, Von Welch, Director of Trusted CI, and Susan Sons, Deputy Director of the ResearchSOC, will give an overview of cybersecurity challenges for research and then cover the offerings of Trusted CI and the ResearchSOC.

N.B. There is a new Zoom number for 2019 (update your reminders as needed), connecting via computer preferred if you want to see materials, etc.):

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Upcoming CI Engineering Brownbag Webinars (same zoom session, same time):

5/31 – Douglas Jennewein/USD & XSEDE – Campus Champions

6/7 – Joseph White/Univ of Buffalo – XDMoD
6/14 – Von Welch & Susan Sons/University of Indiana – TrustedCI & OMNISOC
6/21 – No webinar
6/28 – Dori Sajdak/Univ of Buffalo – ColdFront
7/5 – Holiday
7/12 – Shawn Campbell/Malone University – Virtual vs. Physical DTNs

Previous and future recordings are here:

Sign up for the CI Engineering Brown Bag webinar email list here:

These are listed on the GPN Webinar calendar, but NOT hosted by GPN: