Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW)

November 10, 2016
thru November 12, 2016

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Workshop on Information Forensics & Security

December 4, 2016
thru December 7, 2016


WIFS draws researchers from around the world to discuss emerging challenges in information security.

Diversity, one key to solving cybersecurity job gap

October 5, 2016


The benefits of having a diverse cyber workforce were pounded home on October 4 by CISOs, government officials and academics during the IBM/International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP) Town Hall.

World’s Top Student Teams Take on Microchip Security at NYU and IIT Kanpur Cyber Security Awareness Week Games

October 12, 2016

Elite teams from seven universities won finalist slots in the ninth annual Embedded Security Challenge (ESC). The oldest and largest hardware hacking competition in the world, ESC is also the most difficult event at New York University Tandon School of […]

MasterCard Exec, Others Urge Flexible Cybersecurity Regime

October 14, 2016

During a panel at a Women Leaders in Cybersecurity symposium hosted by New York University‘s Center of Cybersecurity, executives from MasterCard Inc. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc., as well as former government officials who are now in the […]

N.S.A. Suspect Is a Hoarder. But a Leaker? Investigators Aren’t Sure.

October 6, 2016


On a half-dozen occasions in the last three years, top-secret information has leaked from the National Security Agency and appeared on the web. Government analysts concluded with alarm that the documents, including intercepted communications from Europe and Japan and the […]

10 Questions: Raj De’s career has taken him from 9/11 Commission to White House to NSA

October 1, 2016

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Nearly 20 years ago, a young Harvard Law School student named Raj De sat in his mentor’s office and explained why he’d decided to bypass BigLaw for the Department of Justice.

The older lawyer understood completely. “You should always go […]