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I3P Fellowship Program Call for Proposals

Mon, February 23, 2004General

The Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection (I3P) is distributing a call for proposals to top schools and individual researchers across the country.  It will also be posted to the I3P web site (http://www.thei3p.org/).  Information about I3P Consortium members’ research interests and points of contact will also be posted to the I3P web site.

Trustees award 2 distinguished professorships, 1 posthumous degree

Fri, February 06, 2004General

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – The Purdue University Board of Trustees today (Friday, 2/6) approved the appointment of two distinguished professors and one posthumous graduate degree at the West Lafayette campus.

Symantec Announces Second Fellowship at Purdue University for Information Security Research and Educ

Thu, January 29, 2004General

CUPERTINO, Calif. - Oct. 29, 2003 - Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq:SYMC), the world leader in Internet security, today announced its second fellowship at Purdue University

CERIAS Students Receive Honorable Mention from CRA

Tue, December 09, 2003General

This month, the Computing Research Association announced its Outstanding
Undergraduate Awards for 2004. CONGRATULATIONS to Erika Shehan and Nina
Tang, both CERIAS undergraduate students.

Leading Cyber Security Experts Identify Key Research Challenges

Mon, December 01, 2003General

Computing leaders present “grand research challenges” on Capitol Hill.

ThePrivacyPlace.org Privacy Perceptions Survey

Mon, November 17, 2003General

This second version of its kind can be completed online.

InfoSec Seminar for High School Principals in NJ

Wed, October 08, 2003General

To be held on Tuesday, October 28

Keeping Information Safe: Practices for K-12 Schools

Tue, September 02, 2003General

The CERIAS K-12 Outreach Program is committed to helping K-12 school systems increase the security of their information systems and in integrating information security into existing school curriculum. As part of our efforts, CERIAS has received a grant from the Indiana Higher Education Telecommunications System (IHETS) to develop educational multimedia for K-12 educators.

Security Perspectives

Fri, August 29, 2003General

Computer Forensics: Science or Fad?

By Marc Rogers

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