Keynote speakers confirmed
CERIAS is partnering with Northrop Grumman Corp., CMU and MIT to advance research and address the nation’s most pressing cyber threats. This new consortium will work to accelerate the transfer of technology from ideas to real-life application.
Information assurance is a topic atop many agendas these days, starting with the president’s own cybersecurity initiative. But what is the state of information assurance education?
Dr. Wayne Zage, professor of computer science at Ball State University, is a member of the CERIAS external advisory board. On May 16, 2008, Zage was presented the Education Contribution to Technology award by Techpoint, Indiana’s primary organization for the support of technology throughout the state.
The first Mobile Forensics World conference will bring together experts from around the world who specialize in digital device investigation to Chicago.
A focus piece is included along with sketches of several CERIAS faculty.
The final public lecture of the Risk Communication Lecture Series will take place at 2pm this Friday April 20 in the Dean’s Auditorium (Room 241) of Purdue's Pfendler Hall of Agriculture, located between Smith Hall and the Ag Administration Building.
The speaker is Baruch Fischhoff, Howard Heinz University Professor in the Department of Social and Decision Sciences and Department of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University.
Marcus Rogers and Rick Mislan, faculty in Purdue's Department of Computer and Information Technology, were awarded two grants totalling $440,000 from the National Institute of Justice. The projects these grants fund will aid law enforcement officials in gathering and evaluating digital evidence from computers and cell phones.