CERIAS researchers have integrated existing technology to propose a system that uses iris scanning to improve the distribution of aid to victims of natural disaster.
How do we negotiate trust in a world of imperfect knowledge, conflicting information, and indirect communication? Trust acknowledges the existence of risk, but infers that the calculated risk is manageable and acceptable—that a decision
The CERIAS Incident Response Database is a web-based system that tracks data related to ongoing incident responses. Responders record the type of event, amount of time spent reacting to the incident (and the cost attached to this), and their role in the response. By collecting this data, a better understanding of the financial costs of incidents can be formed.
The CERIAS computer forensics research group is proud to announce the
initial release of Zeitline: a forensic timeline editor. Zeitline is
an open-sourced graphical tool written in Java used for the analysis
of forensic events.
Dr. Rebecca Mercuri, an internationally recognized experts on electronic voting, will speak at events in Indianapolis and West Lafayette about the promise and challenges of electronic voting.
Energizing the Enterprise: Cyber Security In ContextThe Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security is pleased to join with Discovery Park and the e-Enterprise Center for our 2004 Symposium. As we conclude our sixth year of research and education, we invite you to join us March 23-24 for the 5th Annual Information Security Symposium. Each year our goal is to provide an opportunity to meet students, staff and faculty; learn about educational initiatives; explore cutting-edge research; and interact with sponsors, affiliates, and friends. More Information >>
Arxan Technologies, which uses software patents licensed from Purdue, was recognized May 16th at the 2003 Mira Awards. CERIAS Professors Mike Atallah and John Rice, and CS Assistant Department Head Tim Korb—founders and research scientists with Arxan—attended the ceremony in Indianapolis at the Indiana Roof Ballroom. Arxan Technologies received a finalist award in the Gazelle category.
As we conclude our fifth year of research and education, we invite you to join us April 8-9 for the Fourth Annual Information Security Symposium. Each year our goal is to provide an opportunity to meet students, staff and faculty; learn about educational initiatives; explore cutting-edge research; and interact with sponsors, affiliates, and friends.
CERIAS is accepting applications to the Information Assurance Education
Graduate Certificate Program. In order to meet the demand for trained
faculty to develop and teach Information Assurance programs at colleges
and universities across the nation, Purdue University is offering an 11
credit hour graduate certificate program for college and university
educators who want to develop Information Assurance (IA) programs at
their institutions. Funding will cover tuition, fees, and room and
board expenses for selected college and university educators/faculty.
The deadline for applications is March 15, 2003.