On October 31st, Emilee Rader, Associate Professor and AT&T Scholar from the Department of Media and Information at Michigan State University, gave a talk on the Implications of Beliefs about Derived Personal Data for Negotiating Digital Privacy Norms. During
As part of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Security & Privacy in Informatics, Computing, and Engineering (SPICE) took part in recruiting at the 2nd annual Cybersecurity Career Fair on October 4th. The fair was held at Indiana Government Center South. Forty companies
The highest number of active WhatsApp users in Southeast Asia exists in India and consists of approximately 200 million active users. Yet, despite this large user base, user perceptions of privacy settings were under researched within this population.
Although essential to modern society, anonymity is increasingly hard to achieve due to the proliferation of data collection and surveillance of everyday life. Without anonymity, citizens cannot have a reasonable expectation of privacy or freedom of expression without reproach.
Kouper, Patil part of $4.9 million NSF grant to establish ResearchSOC
2018-09-21 Reposted with permission of SICE authors
Researchers from the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering are playing vital roles in the establishment of the Research Security Operations Center
With the rise of digital photography and social networking, people are capturing and sharing photos on social
By Apu Kapadia and reprinted with permission of the author.
NSF $450K (IU: $160K) Award to Study “Tangible Privacy: User-Centric Sensor Designs for Assured Privacy”
High-fidelity, and often privacy-invasive, sensors are now becoming pervasive in our everyday environments. At home,
The School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering welcomed two new professors for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Xiaojing Liao joins the faculty as an assistant professor of computer science from the College of William and Mary where she
Ph.D. student Jayati Dev presented a poster, Understanding Privacy Concerns of WhatsApp Users in India at Hot Topics in the Science of Security [HoTSoS] April 10th-11th, 2018. The HoTSoS symposium brings together practitioners and researchers from academia, government, and industry
This week staff and students from both Security & Privacy in Informatics, Computing, and Engineering center and Pro Health attended Indianapolis’ Gencon 51 at the Indy Convention Center. Gencon is a four-day gaming convention. It is both the oldest and
The School of Informatics Computing and Engineering (SICE) at Indiana University hosted an event to showcase SICE’s educational opportunities and offerings to teachers in the Pathfinders program. Visiting educators took the opportunity to explore Luddy Hall‘s new facilities
The School of Informatics Computing and Engineering (SICE) at Indiana University hosted an event to showcase SICE's educational opportunities and offerings to teachers in the Pathfinders program. Visiting educators took the opportunity to explore Luddy Hall's new facilities
As the summer drew to a close, three Research Experience Undergraduate (REU) students proudly demonstrated the work they did at IU’s Internet of Things (IoT) House for the Security and Privacy in Informatics, Computing, and Engineering (SPICE) center at the
Security and Privacy in Informatics, Computing, and Engineering [SPICE] graduate researchers Kaushik Srinivasan, DongInn Kim, Jonathan Schubauer, Omkar Bhide, Shaktidhar Gopavaram, and David Argast attended the 2018 PrivacyCon conference and presented their research this year. Hosted by the FTC in