Sync Up with Cybersecurity: Fall '17

Interested in cybersecurity at Georgia Tech? Gain traction in this fast-growing field during Fall '17

Madness Reigns as GT Computing Professors Share Research

25 College of Computing professors presented at the Three-Minute Madness event.

Paper Earns Accolades from Security and Privacy Research Community

A paper identifying a new security vulnerability in the Android operating system has earned a significant industry award.

Georgia Tech Students Sweep NSA Hacking Contest

Students from the Georgia Institute of Technology placed first in the National Security Agency (NSA)’s “2016 Codebreaker Challenge,” beating 480 other universities in a three-month hacking contest.

Remembering Howard A. Schmidt, 1949 - 2017

Cybersecurity Experts Discuss Pioneer's Impact at Georgia Tech and in Government

Once Overlooked, Uninitialized-Use ‘Bugs’ May Provide Portal for Hacker Attacks

New Georgia Tech research has determined that simple memory errors in Linux can be reliably exploited by hackers.


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