Nearly 250 students registered for the class, which had lectures focused on strategy, calculating odds, and Machiavellian maneuvers and ended with a home tournament.
Ashutosh Dutta, Michael Miller, and Tza-Huei (Jeff) Wang were recognized for outstanding contributions to IEEE fields of interest.
Experts at the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute have teamed up with the Cyberwire, a Baltimore-based cyber-security news service, on “Hacking Humans,” a new weekly podcast aimed at educating the public about these pernicious phishing attacks.
Cybersecurity students partner with OnBoard Security to enhance UAV safety.
Over the past year, bitcoin has soared in value, reaching exchange rates as high as $19,000 per coin. But what is it, and how are people getting rich off this technology?
Gerald Masson was founder of JHU’s Information Security Institute and founding chair of the Department of Computer Science
The bug affects the ubiquitous WPA2 protocol that protects users by encrypting information that passes over wireless Internet networks—including passwords or financial or personal information.
Experts discuss range of cyber threats at annual cybersecurity conference at Johns Hopkins.
Johns Hopkins computer scientists Matt Green and Avi Rubin discuss the cyberattack holding computers hostage around the world.