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4/5/17

On Saturday, April 1st, CSI’s Capture the Flag team competed in Argonne National Laboratory’s Cyber Defense Competition 2017.  Six researchers and their team leader spent all of the previous day setting up and hardening a network with standard business …

3/30/17

This week three CSI representatives travelled to the University of Washington to meet with IU's partners in NSF IoT research.  Ph.D. Students Gianpaolo Russo and Behnood Momenzade along with CSI project manager, Joshua Streiff, arrived Monday to meet with

3/17/17

As a integral part of CSI's security focus, our researchers and faculty work to both find and help fix security holes in widely used devices, protocols, and operating systems.  A superb example of this vital mission is the work

CSI Professor, Raquel Hill, Speaks at Cyber Security Panel

Panel Included Congressman Hamilton, Professor Hill, and Jacob Abbot and Jerry Reichard of the FBI.

2/10/17

 

In a full room of students, teachers and staff, a four person panel spoke on

CSI Professor XiaoFeng Wang was December’s most referenced IUB scholar in December – according to ResearchGate.net, a platform for sharing research. With over 1700 citations in the last 6 months alone, XiaoFeng’s research strongly affects security research not only at …

IoT House Open

The IoT Research Center is complete!

Our researchers are moving in and our testing space is now complete and ready for work to begin.

Testing a variety of children’s toys, cameras, and other house hold smart items available on the …

The faculty of the Center For Security Informatics is attending the 2017 Security and Trustworthy Cyberspace conference hosted by the National Science Foundation.  Giving presentations on CSI research projects, the team of six professors are highlighting security research ranging from …

The IoT House project is coming on line this week and preparing to open for CSI student research project.  Funded by a significant NSF grant, students will work in an exciting real world project environment researching various IoT home products …

Professors Jean Camp & Tadayoshi Kohno named as judges for FTC IoT Contest

In the search for better consumer solutions to IoT security failures, the FTC announced a contest for the best device that will help consumers scan their networks …

IU professors receive $1.8 million NSF grant (Oct. 26, 2016)

IU professors receive $1.8 million NSF grant to protect security of 'internet of things' technology

Study to strengthen privacy in growing market of internet-connected household devices

Oct. 26, 2016
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