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.

Minding Your Business: Cybersecurity in Georgia

A growing number of Georgia organizations are devoted to preventing cyberattacks, with Georgia Tech faculty, students and alumni driving this growth as threats increase.

Georgia Tech to Develop Big Data Protection Protocol for the Cloud

Georgia Tech researchers have been awarded a $1.19 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to devise privacy protection protocols.

Georgia Tech to Dismantle Pervasive Cyberattacks in 10 Seconds or Less

Georgia Tech researchers have earned a DARPA contract to determine ways of defeating low-volume denial of service attacks on websites.

Info-Sec Startups by GT Alumni Top $100M in Funding

Two cybersecurity startups by Georgia Tech alumni are among a dozen nationwide that have raised more than $100 million in funding since 2014.

Obama Names Antón to Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity

President Barack Obama has selected Georgia Tech School of Interactive Computing Chair and Professor Ana (Annie) Antón to serve as one of 12 members of the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity.


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