Beijing, 13th January, 2020 (BISTU)— Upon invitation of BISTU School of Information Management, School of Computer Science, and Information and Network Center, Academician Fang Binxing visits BISTU on 10th January 2020 and delivers a special report on “how to define cyberspace security from perspective of three-dimension and nine-spaces”.
President Wang Yongsheng meets with academician Fang Binxing before the report begins.
The report meeting is hosted by Assistant to VP Lin Guoce and attended by Wang Yongsheng, all deans and secretaries of School of Information Management, and deans of School of Computer Science and Information and Network Center.
Starting with “what is cyberspace”, Fang Binxing offers an introduction to various security issues in cyberspace, such as information confidentiality, cyber security, mobile network security, telecommunications security, trusted computing, cloud security, big data security, security for internet of things, security for radio and television network, information war, security for public opinion, online social network, security for sensor networks, smart facilities, security of payment, and GPS.
Fang Binxing is an academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering, chief scientist of China Electronics Corporation, Chief Academic Consultant of School of Computer Science at Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen), Honorary Dean of Cyberspace Institute of Advanced Technology at Guangzhou University, Director of National Engineering Laboratory for Information Security Technologies, Director of Key Laboratory for TDCS, convener of Teaching Steering Committee for Cyberspace Security as first-tier discipline, Deputy Director General of Teaching Steering Committee for Cyberspace Security of Ministry of Education, Board Chairman of Chinese Information Processing Society of China, Board Chairman of China Educational League for Talents in Cyberspace Security, and Board Chairman of China Innovation League in Cyberspace Security for Emerging Technology.