“Our partnership with the FBI on these annual conferences is part of our effort to build and strengthen the cybersecurity ecosystem in the Northeast,” said Kevin R. Powers, founder and director of the Cybersecurity Policy and Governance Program, and an assistant professor of the practice at BC Law School and in the Carroll School of Management’s Business Law and Society program. “That’s the goal: to bring together industry, academia, and government on these issues. We’re taking the lead with the FBI in assembling the leaders and experts so these respective organizations can collaborate to enhance cybersecurity.”
Woods College Interim Dean David M. Goodman and Joseph R. Bonavolonta, FBI special agent in charge and head of the Boston Field Office, served as conference co-chairs. Powers and FBI Special Agent Doug Domin, who oversees the Boston office’s Criminal Cyber Squad, were co-masters of ceremonies.
BCCS 2019 featured lectures and panel discussions within the