Experts say investigations into cybercrime are complicated, and that police are probably making progress that isn’t readily apparent.
“So long as you don’t have someone very sophisticated doing it, they are likely to get caught,” said Professor Eugene H. Spafford, who studies cybersecurity at Purdue University.
Congratulations to CERIAS-affiliated professors Dongyan Xu and Xiangyu Zhang whose research “Toward vetted sensing and control system firmware and software” project is being supported by the U.S. Navy.
SecurityIntelligence.com:In the third and final part of our interview series with Kelley Misata, we discuss millennials and their views on cybersecurity and risk communications, among other topics. Misata, a Ph.D. candidate at Purdue University, previously chatted with Security Intelligence about issues relating to privacy and risk communications as well as information security in the first and second installments.
CipherCloud’s Dr. Chenxi Wang interviewed Dr. Eugene Spafford, the executive director of CERIAS center, Purdue University. Below is a summary of the interview conversation.