On October 27, 2015, the UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Security hosted a seminar featuring Carey Nachenberg, a leading cybersecurity expert, author, and technical fellow at Symantec, the world’s largest computer security firm. In his presentation, Mr. Nachenberg presented a compelling vision for an integrated security framework that centralizes the collection of information from a vast network of systems to compile information about cybersecurity threats on a massive scale.
Selected for Computerworld‘s “40 Under 40: 40 Innovative IT People to Watch” and winner of The Wall Street Journal‘s 2010 Technology Innovation Award (computer security category) for his innovations in the security field, Nachenberg has developed technology that collectively protects hundreds of millions of computers worldwide. Mr. Nachenberg recently released his first novel, a cybersecurity thriller entitled The Florentine Deception, and he is donating all of his proceeds to charities benefiting underserved students and veterans. Nachenberg holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Computer Science from UCLA, where he serves as an adjunct assistant professor.
A video of his presentation is presented below: