Cyber Security is a growing field encompassing both confidentiality and integrity threats to computer and engineered systems and preserving privacy and anonymity. Research themes are secure and privacy-preserving operations in cyber-physical infrastructure and mobile systems, enterprise IT security, cloud, edge, and sensor security. The campus is a NSA/DHS Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance, primarily led by Computer Science with participation by Computer Engineering and the Computer Science curriculum maps to the National Initiative on Cybersecurity Education (NICE) standards. A graduate certificate in computer security is offered via streaming distance. This work is funded by NSF, NIST, AFRL, DOE, and some industrial support. The department leads a $3M Scholarship for Federal service grant and a Department of Education GAANN targeted on US Ph.D. student production. Additionally over $1.5M NSF funding is held by three faculty over three active projects.
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Professor/Daniel St. Clair Endowed Chair
Cyber-Physical Systems, Security and Privacy, Smart Environments (Smart City, Energy, Healthcare), IoTs, Wireless Sensor Networks, Mobile and Pervasive Computing, Big Data Analytics, Parallel and Cloud Computing, Social Networks, Systems Biology, Graph Theory and Game Theory
Cyber-Physical-Human Systems; Statistical Inference & Machine Learning; Nudge & Persuasion; Security, Fairness, Transparency and Trust