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- Prof. Spafford Receives Kristian Beckman AwardCongrats to Spaf for receiving the Kristian Beckman Award in Rome, Italy! “This award is granted annually to a successful nominee and is presented at the annual IFIP (International Federation of Information Processing) Security Conference that is organized under the auspices of TC-11. The objective of the award is to publicly recognize an individual, not […]
- CERIAS Researcher wins NSF Early Career Development AwardWEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – (Purdue News Service) Three Purdue University faculty members in the College of Engineering won 2017 Faculty Early Career Development awards from the National Science Foundation, one of the most prestigious NSF honors for outstanding young researchers. The NSF issued awards to 156 Early Career researchers as part of the NSF Engineering […]
- CSI: WalmartIn many cases, private companies can do this much faster than the police. “A lot of law enforcement-based digital-forensics labs are just swamped,” said Kathryn Seigfried-Spellar, a professor of computer science at Purdue University. “Almost every type of crime—whether it’s homicide, arson, or a computer crime—is going to have some sort of digital evidence associated […]
- CERIAS to Hold 18th Annual Information Security Symposium on April 18-19Purdue’s Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security will hold its 18th annual Information Security Symposium on April 18-19. Researchers, practitioners and program managers from academia, government and commercial industry will examine emerging research in information assurance, cyber-physical security, resiliency, privacy and cybercrime. Keynotes, technical talks, panel discussions, technology demonstrations and more […]
- CIA Hacking Tools Raise Huge ConcernsOne alarming academic article by Dheeraj Gurugubelli and Dr Chris Foreman of Purdue University sets out how a targeted attack on smart meters could potentially result in the shutdown of the power grid, disabling energy delivery systems. (They argue that “the compromise of even a single smart meter through focused attack or reverse engineering potentially […]