Three Georgia Tech Students Chosen as 'Scholars' for RSA® Conference

Three Georgia Tech students head to the RSA® Conference as 'Security Scholars' to broaden their research.

College of Computing's Taesoo Kim Has a Passion For the 'Nitty-Gritty Details' of Internet Security

Taesoo Kim, an assistant professor in the Institute for Information Security and Privacy, has found enjoyment and success in a detail-oriented field.

SCS, ECE Scores Best Paper Award

Research Paper Featuring Researchers from the School of Computer Science and School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Wins Coveted Best Paper Award.

Georgia Tech Launches Two Programs to Boost Cybersecurity Degree Production and Research

The Institute for Information Security & Privacy at Georgia Tech announced a $5-million scholarship fund and the creation of a new Ph.D. fellowship program dedicated to emerging cybersecurity ideas.

Georgia Tech Launches New Research on the Security of Machine-Learning Systems

A $1.5 million gift from Intel establishes a new research center dedicated to machine-learning cybersecurity -- the analytics behind malware detection and threat analysis.

NSA Chief Speaks to Next Generation of Cybersecurity Professionals

Oct. 24, Admiral Mike Rogers, director of the National Security Agency (NSA) and commander of the United States Cyber Command, spoke to a class of Georgia Tech students about the NSA's role in cybersecurity, privacy, and national security.

New Research Finds Widespread Kernel Vulnerabilities in Operating Systems

Two new studies of operating system security by School of Computer Science researchers reveal widespread kernel vulnerabilities that broadly impact Intel TSX, Linux and Android systems.

Turing Award Winner to Discuss Mind-Based Computation at ARC-IISP Distinguished Lecture

1995 Turing Award Winner Manuel Blue will present his latest insight regarding mind-based computation during the 2016 ARC-IISP Distinguished Lecture

Georgia Tech Brings Cybersecurity Findings to CCS '16

Georgia Tech faculty and students are headed to CCS '16 to present novel cybersecurity research.

IISP Professors Lead Cybersecurity Course in Costa Rica

As part of a larger partnership between Georgia Tech and Costa Rica, two IISP professors provided a week-long instruction to 25 attendees.


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