Cybersecurity Day 2024

Data Privacy in the Age of AI - Is Your Data Really Private?

Friday, June 14, 2024
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Princeton University, Frick Taylor Auditorium


What is Princeton’s Cybersecurity Day and why should I attend?

This conference-style event is meant to raise awareness and inform our campus concerning trending cybersecurity topics. Join us to hear experts in the field discuss current threats and challenges concerning data privacy in the age of artificial intelligence. This year’s speakers include Princeton alumni, a Princeton professor, bestselling authors, a former FBI agent and Yale professor, and more!

This event is open to Princeton students, faculty, and staff. Only 200 seats are available, so register today!



Stadium Garage parking is open to all visitors and is a short walk to Frick.  

Conference Agenda

8:30 am9:00 am
Continental Breakfast
Frick Atrium
9:00 am9:10 am
Welcoming Remarks
David Sherry
CISO, Information Security Office
Princeton University
Daren Hubbard
VP for IT & CIO, Office of Information Technology
Princeton University
9:10 am10:00 am
Your Face Belongs to Them
Kashmir Hill
NY Times Reporter & Best Selling Author
The New York Times
10:00 am10:10 am
10:10 am11:00 am
Cybersecurity and Our Complex Digital Threat Landscape (via Zoom)
Nicole Perlroth
Cyber Storyteller and Best Selling Author
Silver Buckshot Ventures, Ballistic Ventures, CISA, FX Networks
11:00 am11:10 am
11:10 am12:00 pm
Privacy, Propaganda, and Influence Operations in the Age of AI
Michelle Nedashkovskaya
Member of Strategic Intelligence Staff
Open AI
12:00 pm1:00 pm
Lunch Buffet
Frick Atrium
1:00 pm1:50 pm
Cyber Actors: Who Wants Your Data and Why
Asha Rangappa
Asst. Dean & Senior Lecturer
Yale's Jackson School of Global Affairs
1:50 pm2:00 pm
2:00 pm2:50 pm
Security vs. Security: AI and the Golden Age of Signals Intelligence
Matthew L. Jones
Smith Family Professor of History and Author
Princeton University
2:50 pm3:00 pm
3:00 pm4:00 pm
Frick Atrium