A law-enforcement official serving in the White House’s Counterdrug Technology Assessment Center will be the keynote speaker for the inaugural Mobile Forensics World conference May 8-10 in Chicago, sponsored by Purdue’s Cyber Forensics Lab.
Proctor is the latest CERIAS-affiliated faculty member to be named as a Distinguished Professor at Purdue
ReAssure, a project authored by CERIAS researcher Pascal Meunier and funded by an NSF grant, is both a testbed for potentially destructive experiments and repository of public images of virtual machines.
Congratulations to the winners of the 8th Annual Information Security Symposium Poster Competition!
On Wednesday, March 14, CERIAS researcher Pascal Meunier is making a presentation on Social Engineering as part of ITAP's Brown Bag Lunch series.
On April 20, 2007, CERIAS' Cooperative Computer Incident Response (CCIR) workshop will bring together members of Columbus-area business, IT, and law enforcement communities in order to generate effective solutions for dealing with computer incidents and crimes.
Dr. Stephen J. Elliott's Biometrics Lab is hosting a series of brown bag lunches and seminars this semester to discuss past research and explain current projects.
Jim Early (CERIAS researcher), Elisa Bertino (CERIAS Director of Research), and Gene Spafford (CERIAS Executive Director) were among the recipients of the 2007 Recognition Awards from Purdue's College of Science.