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Safeguarding the Connected World

USC ISI researcher Wael Abd-Almageed and an international research team are building enhanced biometric security technologies to thwart would-be malefactors.
Two Boston University computer scientists have developed a tool that could make it harder for hackers to find their way into networks where they don’t belong.
Researchers at Stanford University have developed a new system for aggregating usage reports from personal devices that emphasizes maintaining the user's privacy.
A team of researchers at Stony Brook University has developed a technology and prototype device based on quantum mechanics designed to prevent network hacking.
University of Florida Professors Daniela Oliveira and Natalie Ebner have teamed up to protect older adults from a form of social engineering called phishing.
Some of the nation’s foremost biometrics researchers at Michigan State University are leading exploration into applications that could make lives better by detecting health issues, preventing identity theft and enhancing security.
University of Florida researchers have teamed up with the New York City Police Department’s Financial Crimes Task Force to deploy the “Skim Reaper,” a device that instantly detects the presence of a skimmer, allowing law enforcement and merchants to take action before the card's data can be stolen.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a decoy robot designed to keep factories and other large facilities safe from hackers.
USC researchers have developed a powerful tool using pulses of light to translate and protect data.
UC San Diego researchers uncovered an eye-opening statistic: roughly 1/3 of the internet was subject to a denial of service (DoS) attack over the last two years.