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95 percent of U.S. ATMs run on Windows XP (MARKETPLACE.org)

Thu, March 20, 2014CERIAS Media Citings

“Therefore, anybody running an XP system could fall prey to someone who is trying to exercise one of those vulnerabilities,” says Eugene Spafford, executive director of The Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security at Purdue University. He says XP users had more than six years to prepare for the end, but not everyone has been proactive.

People of ACM: Eugene Spafford

Tue, March 11, 2014

Eugene H. Spafford is chair of ACM’s U.S. Public Policy Council (USACM), and is a Member-at-Large of the ACM Council. He is a professor of Computer Science at Purdue University, and founder and executive director of the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS) there. His current research interests are focused on issues of computer and network security, cybercrime and ethics, technology policy, and social impact of computing.

Security Professionals: Time to Step Up

Mon, March 03, 2014CERIAS Media Citings

In an interview conducted at RSA 2014, Professor Spafford discusses:

The dangerous intersection of information security and government;
The plight of women entering IT security;
How to grow the profession.

Purdue Renewed as CAE/R

Tue, February 18, 2014General

The NSA has announced that Purdue-CERIAS has received a five year renewal as a Center for Academic Excellence in Research.

Purdue Profiles: Marcus Rogers

Tue, February 04, 2014

Video: What innovations make biz most vulnerable to technology risk?

Tue, January 28, 2014

Professor Spafford and others weighed in on the most vulnerable technologies at the 2013 ISSA International Conference.

Startup Develops Purdue Sensor Diagnostic Software, Receives $150,000 Grant from NSF

Mon, December 23, 2013

High-tech companies that manufacture and integrate sensor networks for electronic systems could benefit from a Purdue University technology developed by a startup that received National Science Foundation funding. SensorHound Innovations LLC was awarded a six-month SBIR Phase I grant from the NSF, scheduled for Jan. 1 through June 30. The company’s software solutions are based on research from Purdue University’s School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Department of Computer Science.

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