Hosted by: University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Date: November 21, 2019
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Registration Required: Yes
Registration Deadline: November 11, 2019
Contact: Jack Suess / Helena Dahlen, 410-455-3208
Google Map for UMBC Technology Center South Campus
UMBC Main Campus Map and UMBC Tech Center South Campus (bottom left corner)
Breakfast: Provided, 8:00-9:00 a.m.
Lunch: Provided, noon-1 p.m.
Wifi: Guest Wireless/Eduroam Available
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Arundel Mills
$109 UMBC Rate
8.6 miles to UMBC
Home 2 Suites by Hilton Arundel Mills
$119 UMBC Rate
8.7 miles to UMBC
Sheraton BWI Airport Hotel
$99 UMBC Rate
4.2 miles to UMBC
Staybridge Suites BWI Airport
$109/$119 Seasonal UMBC Rate
4.1 miles to UMBC
*Many hotels at BWI Airport may offer reduced fixed rates for UMBC, however, because of fluctuating seasonal rates, we encourage travelers to check for hotel’s Best Available Rate offered at the time.
Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
7.4 miles from UMBC
Directions to Venue:
From I-95, take Exit 47B, Route 166 North past the entrance to UMBC and toward Rolling Road. Follow to Route 166 South toward Arbutus. Go a half mile and make your first right onto Gun Road. The road immediately forks. Take the left fork and proceed a half mile to the entrance.
From UMBC main campus: take Hilltop Circle to Hilltop Road and Wilkens Avenue. Turn left and proceed to Route 166 South toward Arbutus. Make a right onto Gun Road. The road immediately forks. Take the left fork and proceed a half mile to the entrance.Transportation Options:
- BWI hotels offer free shuttle services from BWI Airport to the hotel.
- BWI Airport Rental Car Facility
- MTA offers weekday bus service on the #107 bus from BWI Airport to several locations including UMBC.
- Many travelers throughout Maryland also use ride-sharing apps like Lyft & Uber
Free parking available in South Campus parking lot.
REN-ISAC is proud to offer six blended-threat, discussion-based workshops to the higher education community. Like last year, the workshop scenario is focused on physical security, with the subject of this year's scenario being a measles outbreak. There is also a significant cyber component impacting university data to emphasize an enterprise approach to risk management. The scenario for these workshops has been custom-made for REN-ISAC and offers a unique and realistic blend of physical and cyber threats for participants to consider. The workshops will be professionally facilitated. Each of the participants will receive a copy of the final report, and a summary report will be made available to the entire community.
All in higher education are welcome to attend, not just those from REN-ISAC member institutions. We expect exercise participants to represent health care, physical security, emergency management, information technology and security, and other subject matter experts.