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BY LORRIE CRANOR, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR -- 11/10/20 09:30 AM EST Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, technologists across the country have rushed to develop digital apps for contact tracing and exposure notifications. New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware have all recently announced the launch of such apps,...
The Science of Security and Privacy 2019 Annual Report is now available. This report highlights the progress and accomplishments of the Science of Security and Privacy initiative.
Congratulations to Michael Rausch & William Sanders for winning the Best Paper Award at QEST 2020!  "Sensitivity Analysis and Uncertainty Quantification of State-Based Discrete-Event Simulation Models through a Stacked Ensemble of Metamodels" was presented by Michael Rausch on behalf of himself and Dr. Sanders on day...
Spotlight on Lablet Research #11 - Cloud-Assisted IoT Systems Privacy Lablet: University of Kansas The goal of this project is to develop principles and methods to model privacy requirements, threats, and protection mechanisms in cloud-assisted IoT systems. The key to realizing the smart functionalities...
https://www.nsa.gov/News-Features/Feature-Stories/Article-View/Article/2396500/science-of-securitys-annual-security-conference-goes-virtual-and-gets-r... Photo of Adam Tagert behind computer monitor FT. MEADE, Md., Oct. 28, 2020 -- October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), so we have been celebrating...
Hot Topics in the Science of Security (HotSoS) 2020 The University of Kansas virtually hosted the 7th Annual Symposium on the Science of Security (HoTSoS), from 22-24 September 2020. HotSoS brings together researchers from diverse disciplines to promote the advancement of work related to the Science of Security and...
Cyber Scene #49 - Major League Strikes: Election Replays As October 2020 draws to a close, memories of 2016 may make a return appearance as the U.S. scurries to vote under a pandemic. Despite divisions, present and past, two Republican- and Democrat-appointed DNIs agree that Russia, and likely Iran, tinkered with the...
CMU launches new privacy engineering options Two new options make it easier for working professionals to receive privacy engineering training Daniel Tkacik NOV 23, 2020 As new privacy regulations like the General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act require companies to improve the way...