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This week,I am at the IEEE Security and Privacy; The Oakland Conference. I'm in San Jose, CA. Breakfast started at 7:30 and main session started right at 8:30 and with just a short introduction; 8:40 began the research presentation. For the duration of the conference: the papers are available to download for free. http://...
Carnegie Mellon University hosted HotSoS 2016, the Symposium and Bootcamp on the Science of Security, on April 19-21 in Pittsburgh, PA. Researchers from multiple academic fields came together for presentations demonstrating methodical, rigorous, scientific approaches to identify, prevent, and remove cyber threats. A major...
Science of Security (SoS) Initiative details the progress of the activity in the SoS Annual Report 2015 recently published. The National Security Agency (NSA) Research Directorate sponsors the Science of Security (SoS) initiative for the promotion of a foundational cybersecurity science that is needed to mature the...
Saturday Cybersecurity Awareness Workshop - Grades 6-8 The Saturday Cybersecurity Awareness Workshop for Grades 6-8 provides an interactive learning and mentoring experience for girls in grades 6-8 who are interested in technology, computers, and cybersecurity! Undergraduate students will lead activities in various...
Researchers at Towson University and the United States Military Academy are examining what organizations value in their cyber systems in an effort to identify the preferred metrics and best practices to implement. Please contribute to the research by taking this short survey: https://towsonbs.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=...
NSA released an article about the visit that the three winning students. These students are outstanding cybersecurity researchers. https://www.nsa.gov/news-features/news-stories/2016/research-sponsors-special-award.shtml More Information about the ISEF Trip: http://cps-vo.org/node/26177
On the first day of IEEE Security and Privacy, Elissa Redmiles from the University of Maryland Lablet, presented her paper she wote with fellow University of Maryland researchers Amelia Malone, and Michelle Mazurek. The paper was a study on how people choose what security advice they follow or not. They did a comparision...

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