The Airforce Research Laboratory is seeking a technical expert in information assurance to conduct research in Rome, NY.
Two CERIAS professors have won the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious honor for outstanding young researchers.
Originally appeared at http://www.computerworld.com/Security isn’t just something to buy. Security must be embedded in everything IT professionals do, from server configuration and hardening to firewall rules, help desk support and user training. Companies must prepare for issues as simple as a plug accidentally pulled out of an outlet and as complex as a deliberate attack against resources
Unisys has joined the CERIAS community of industry partners.
Eugene Spafford, CERIAS Executive Director, is the recipient of the 2005 Technical Achievement Award from the IEEE’s Computer Society.
Materials from the recent CERIAS symposium, Negotiating Trust, have been posted on the CERIAS website.
On March 24, CERIAS’ Cooperative Computer Incident Response (CCIR) workshop will bring together members of Fort Wayne-area business, IT, and law enforcement communities in order to generate effective solutions for dealing with computer incidents and crimes.
Fellowships for up to $150,000 per fellow per award for cyber security R&D are available from the I3P (Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection - www.thei3p.org).
Researchers at ThePrivacyPlace.Org are conducting an online survey about privacy policies and user values.