Dr. Michael Fritze participated, as a distinguished panelist, in the eighth event in a series of open lectures on cybersecurity and privacy at the New York University Tandon School of Engineering on April 25, 2017. The lecture series is designed to raise the visibility of risks and issues, including personal privacy, associated with interconnected information systems. The title of yesterday's lecture was "Convergence of IoT, Cloud, Security: A Perfect Storm" and it explored the challenges of and solutions to creating secure silicon. 


Dr. Fritze joined PIPS in April of 2015 as a Senior Fellow. He leads the PIPS efforts in the area of US Government Trusted Microelectronics policy and also contributes his experience to helping Roadmap US Government Microelectronics R&D efforts for the future.   His current focus is on strategic planning for DOD(DMEA) and DOE sponsors.  He is developing related programs in the trusted microelectronics area. His strong technical background in Microelectronics provides a wealth of experience to manage these efforts at the Institute. 


To view the lecture watch below and learn more about the lecture click here. To learn more about Dr. Fritze click here




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