Visible to the public Computational Cybersecurity in Compromised Environments (C3E)

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The 2021 Computational Cybersecurity in Compromised Environments (C3E) Symposium will be held Wednesday, October 27 and Thursday, October 28. The theme of the 2021 C3E Symposium will be Supply Chain Cyber Defense.

The significance and scope of the challenges surrounding securing our supply chains cannot be understated - and goes well beyond what the recent SolarWinds events might suggest. For the DoD, a June 2020 GAO report inventories $1.8T of weapon systems projects, most of which have rich and interconnected supply chains ( The report highlights two key issues in that enormous expanse of effort: software and cybersecurity. The focus for this year's C3E Workshop/Symposium is on technology capabilities and potential adaptation of acquisition and business practices - enabled by multiple types of evidence, cyber risk assessment, evidenced-backed assessments of systems of systems, and supply-chain issues for the supply-chain management and assessment tools themselves.

Attendance for the Symposium is by invitation only. The event will be held virtually. For more information please contact the organizers:


Conference Sponsor
Brad Martin

Conference Organizers
Katie Dey
Mark Loepker
Conference Co-Chairs
Patrick Lincoln
Dan Wolf

The workshop is sponsored by SCORE.