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Swarup Bhunia's students at Case Western Reserve are going to war. Their targets: each other. Their mission: the total collapse of enemy infrastructure. Their objective: protecting any computer system from any attack.
A new $4.7 million, five-year grant from the National Science Foundation will enable the University of Kansas School of Engineering to educate cyberdefense experts dedicated to public service, making America stronger in an era of rising cyberattacks.
‘Data diary’ assignment in statistics class gets students thinking about big data and how their data is collected, used.
At MIT Lincoln Laboratory's LLCipher workshop, students practice critical thinking and learn some cybersecurity basics.
For the second year, the University is hosting a cybersecurity camp for high school students through a program sponsored by the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation.
The Center for Identity has developed a game for children as part of a curriculum for 8 to 10 year olds. The web-based game allows players to share various types of information on a simulated social media platform. Players gain or points based on their answers.