The Day Computer Security Turned Real: The Morris Worm Turns 30

Tue, November 06, 2018CERIAS Media Citings

Three decades ago, the internet was hit by its first major security attack. The world has never been the same since.

Who Supports Police Officers Dealing with Child Pornography? A Purdue Professor Reaches Out

Thu, October 04, 2018

Children are victimized every day in child pornography cases, but hidden behind the societal outcry to protect them are the law enforcement investigators forced to shuffle through sometimes thousands of illegal images. Kathryn Seigfried-Spellar, however, won’t let those enforcement officials be forgotten.

Purdue Researchers Receive $6 Million to Improve Security for IoT Devices

Mon, August 06, 2018General

A research team at Purdue University has received a grant for $6 million from the Office of Naval Research, a division of the U.S. Department of the Navy, to improve security of electronic devices in physical environments or industrial control systems.

The Case for Disappearing Cyber Security

Thu, June 28, 2018

We have reached a point in the evolution of cyber security where handsoff, behind-the-scenes cyber defense should be the norm.