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Frequently Asked Questions - CERIAS Media Citings

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Q: CSI: Walmart
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Q: Could Determined Hackers Change the Outcome of the Election?
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Q: Protecting Personal Data: Real-World Tips from Security Gurus
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Q: Game of Thrones Can Teach You Valuable Security Lessons
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Q: Debating Hillary’s Email Server: The Missing Element
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Q: Future of Online Voting
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Q: Exploring and Protecting Your Digital Footprint
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Q: RSA 2016 Interview with Dr. Eugene “Spaf” Spafford of Purdue University (ITProTV)
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Q: The Amateur Radio Operators Preparing for the Worst (The Atlantic)
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Q: Apple Fights the Feds on iPhone Security Hack - CNBC
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Q: Tracking Plainfield’s cyberthreats: ‘Like peeling an onion’
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Q: Companies are Starting to Hire Many More Hackers (CNBC)
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Q: U.S. Navy Awards Purdue $3 million to Advance Alternative Energy Research, Course Development
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Q: Dissecting Obama’s CyberSecurity Executive Order
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Q: How Is Critical ‘Life or Death’ Software Tested?
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Q: Cybersecurity Issue Goes Beyond the Anthem Headlines
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Q: Not so Easy to Buy Privacy: Study Shows How ‘Anonymized’ Credit Card Data Still Identifies
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Q: North Korea’s Internet Outage Was Likely the Work of Hacktivists (The Washington Post)
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Q: Cybersecurity Seen as DoD Priority Under Carter
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Q: CERTs, Security Patches And Sloppy Design
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Q: RSA 2014: The Benefits of an Intelligence-driven Security Strategy
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Q: Why Recruiting Women is a Challenge
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Q: 95 percent of U.S. ATMs run on Windows XP (MARKETPLACE.org)
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Q: Security Professionals: Time to Step Up
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Q: Purdue Experts Part Of Electric Grid Cyberattack Drill
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Q: Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, Second Afternoon Hearing
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Q: How a grad student trying to build the first botnet brought the Internet to its knees
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Q: Feds Proving Internet-Adept and Inept at same Time
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Q: Lessons from the First Major Computer Virus
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Q: The Evolution of IT Security Ethics
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Q: Spafford calls for more manager, employee accountability (Federal News Radio)
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Q: Spaf on Security
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Q: Spafford on Educating Executives
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Q: Arxan Technologies Announces Major Investment from TA Associates
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Q: U.S. Agencies Revamp Standards for Cybersecurity Program (Chronicle.com)
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Q: Stephen Elliott Interviewed by NBC’s Today Show (Video)
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Q: Purdue’s Spafford to Receive Two Top Honors in Cybersecurity
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Q: Cryptographers Have an Ethics Problem (MIT Review)
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Q: Cloud Computing: A Way to Reduce Risk?
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Q: Spafford Joins EPIC Advisory Board
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Q: Will New Hires Impede Future Security?
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Q: A Different Approach To Foiling Hackers? Let Them In, Then Lie To Them
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Q: Cybercrime: It’s Serious, But Exactly How Serious?
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Q: Notification of Server Breach Mistaken For Phishing Email
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Q: State of Union: What Should Obama Say?
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Q: Interview with Dr. Gene Spafford - PaulDotCom.com
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Q: FBI Hopes Hard Drive Will Shine Light on Conn. Shooter’s Motive
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Q: Sypris Announces Opening of Research and Development Center
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Q: Privacy, Battery Life Cost Of Free Apps, Experts Say
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Q: No Wikipedia? What if the Internet went down?
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Q: Why Law Enforcement Can’t Stop Hackers
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Q: Two CERIAS Faculty Receive Honors
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Q: Cybersecurity Requires a Multifaceted Approach
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Q: Spafford to Give Keynote Address at Anti-Phishing Conference
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Q: Security Research Engineer’s Guide Urges Facebook Users to be Cautious
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Q: Purdue Difference Maker: Professor David Ebert
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Q: Obama Establishes Insider Threat Task Force
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Q: Purdue Forges Top Cyber Research Center
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Q: Internet Risks Will Drive Users Offline, Researcher Predicts
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Q: Watson Co-Authors Facebook Security Guide
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Q: Creating Ag Extension Agent for Cyber
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Q: For Suspected Hackers, a Sense of Social Protest
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Q: Disciplining IT Security Pros for Breaches
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Q: Ensuring the supply chain is cost-friendly—and protected
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Q: Making the Case for Security
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Q: Blindsided Sony Needed a Single Security Chief
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Q: Cybersecurity Research Consortium: New Tech on the Way
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Q: Threat of Military Retaliation for Cyber Attacks may be More Bluster than Brawn
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Q: Northrop Grumman and Academia Cite Progress in Tackling Nation’s Most Pressing Cybersecurity Threats
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Q: There’s No Data Sheriff on the Wild Web (NY Times)
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Q: Spafford comments on RSA breach
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Q: Spafford comments on AT&T iPad hacking
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Q: 2 Winona State Students Are Suspected of Involvement in Large-Scale Cybercrimes
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Q: U.S. Government, Businesses Are Poorly Prepared for Cyber Attacks, Experts Say at AAAS
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Q: Battling Cyber Threats
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Q: Information Assurance Education 2011: A Year of Promise
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Q: Digital Forensics Conference Grabs Media Attention in the Middle East
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Q: J.P. Morgan Wrestles Web Snarl
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Q: Computer Researcher Named Distinguished Fellow of Information Security Group
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Q: Spafford Comments on Gary McKinnon Case
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Q: CERIAS Prof Finds Confidential Information on State-Auctioned Computers
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Q: Purdue class treats hard drive as crime scene
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Q: Educators see secure coding training challenges, improvements
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Q: Thieves Winning Online War, Maybe Even in Your Computer
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Q: The State of Information Security Education: Interview with Prof. Eugene Spafford
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Q: Spafford comments on “spear phishing”
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Q: CERIAS Ranked Top Information Security Program
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Q: What Your Cell Knows About You
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Q: Group says e-voting paper trail wouldn’t improve security
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Q: Purdue Biometrics Lab featured in ScienceDaily
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Q: Spafford quoted on diversity in browser rendering engines
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Q: Spaf Speaks in Delta Sky and Computer World
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Q: Purdue Partners with LPD in Cyber Forensics
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Q: CERIAS Director of Research Collaborates with I.B.M.
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Q: CERIAS Researcher Ninghui Li Receives ICICS Best Paper Award
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Q: CERIAS Researcher Edward Delp Awarded Distinguished Professorship
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Q: Spafford advises US State CIOs on maintaining citizen trust and secure information systems
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Q: Spaf receives 2006 ISACA Wasserman Award
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Q: Spafford recommends security infrastructure essentials to US congressional committee
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Q: Spafford Interviewed in Network World
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