News: CERIAS Media Citings
“Why do we want more than one layout engine? It helps to spur innovation and means that if a flaw occurs it won’t necessarily be in every browser at once. Having some different implementations of anything is a good thing,” Gene Spafford, computer science professor at Purdue University, told LinuxInsider.
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The work of CERIAS researcher Marc Rogers and graduate student Matt Kiley was featured in a February 19 article in the Lafayette Journal and Courier.
CERIAS Director of Research Elisa Bertino is part of a long-term software research project with I.B.M. and six other universities.
CERIAS affiliates Ninghui Li and Mike Atallah were among the researchers whose projects were named "Best Paper" and "Best Student Paper" at the Eighth International Conference on Information and Communications Security (ICICS '06).
Professor Edward Delp was one of 24 recipients internationally of Distinguished Professorship from the Academy of Finland.
On June 19, CERIAS Executive Director Eugene Spafford keynoted a NASCIO teleconference on information security.
On June 22, CERIAS Executive Director Eugene Spafford testified before a congressional committee. The following piece, written by Sarah Lai Stirland, ran in Tech Daily.
In a recent interview with Network World, CERIAS Executive Director Eugene Spafford outlined the most dangerous security threats he thinks companies will face and offered actions toward combating these problems.