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The Dakota Digital Academy was formed to assist citizens, businesses and government agencies in North Dakota in adapting to the changing demands and opportunities associated with the rapid digitization of our economy and society.

The Dakota Digital Academy (DDA) was launched in the fall of 2020 to coordinate, expand, and enhance educational opportunities in computing and cyber-sciences in North Dakota and the upper Midwest. An organization of the North Dakota University System (NDUS), the DDA facilitates and supports students who wish to pursue skill development and education of high value in the digital world of today.

Overlooked Security Challenges in Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure.
with with Zahid Anwar, Assistant Professor in Computer Science
at North Dakota State University

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 12:00PM TO 1:00PM CDT

This discussion will be based on Prof. Anwar’s article in the fall issue of Dakota Digital Review: “Overlooked Security Challenges in Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure.” As Prof. Anwar and coauthor Asad Mailk, PhD, write, “EVs and the EV charging ecosystem have become a playground for hackers—both legal and illegal—since safety and privacy policies are in their infancy.” The discussion will explore EV cybersecurity vulnerabilities and offer solutions going forward.

Welcome to Our Second Issue

Dakota Digital Review aims to elevate discussions and debates about digitization, facilitating better preparation of government and business, parents, students and voters to make crucial decisions about our collective future and about our individual and family lives.

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