Fulp to discuss cyber security at Tech Council Speaker Series

Errin Fulp


Wake Forest computer science professor Errin Fulp will participate in a panel discussion on “Cyber Security: Not if, but When?” — an introductory conversation on cyber security.

The discussion, part of the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce Tech Council Speaker Series, will be held at Flywheel Co-Work on Thursday, June 11, from 8:30 to 10 a.m. with coffee and networking to follow from 10-10:30 a.m.

On an app or over the phone, in person or online; the Internet allows us to work more efficiently and more accessibly. Previous concerns of email and website security are intensified with new services like cloud storage and online payment processing. This discussion offers a snapshot of cyber security, feedback from area experts, and actionable steps.

Panelists include:

  • Neil Delacruz, Sr. Global Security Consultant, AT&T Security Services;
  • Errin Fulp, Professor of Computer Science, Wake Forest University;
  • Steve Trudeau, Information Security Leader for Technology Infrastructure, Wells Fargo; and
  • Deanne Wesley, Department Chair Davis iTEC Center, Forsyth Technical Community College

The discussion will be moderated by Patrick Turner, CTO of Small Footprint Inc.

Flywheel Co-Work is located at 525 Vine Street, Suite 210 in Innovation Quarter. Get directions here. To register to attend and for information on parking, visit the Chamber of Commerce event website.

Attracting upwards of 150 attendees to each event, the Speaker Series seeks to educate members of the business community and the general public about the exciting industries, companies, people and ideas driving our economy’s growth. These events also provide the ideal opportunity to meet and connect with the talented people involved and interested in developing this crucial component of our community’s future.