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Johns Hopkins to train new cybersecurity experts with help of $2.2M grant

July 20, 2015

At a time when cybersecurity attacks are more frequent and damaging, the National Science Foundation has awarded $2.2 million to the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute to support a graduate-level degree program that teaches students how to recognize and protect against digital threats. The grant will be allocated over five years as part of […]

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Appointment of Executive Director, new program part of exciting new era at JHUISI

November 12, 2014

With the appointment of an Executive Director, continued designation as a National Security Agency Center for Academic Excellence, and a new master’s track program to begin next fall, the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute continues to lead the nation in cyber security research and education. Anton Dahbura ’81, PhD ‘84, who has served as […]

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Student Math Wizards Aim for the Fences With Baseball Scheduling System

April 2, 2014

  If slamming a 90-mph fastball into the centerfield stands sounds tough, try scheduling a minor league baseball season. Among the challenging questions: Did each team get the correct mix of home and away games? Are enough dates reserved for division rivals? Did each team get a fair share of lucrative weekend dates? Do required […]

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JHUISI’s Joe Carrigan Talks to WBAL-TV About University of Maryland Data Breach

February 21, 2014

The University of Maryland was the victim of a sophisticated computer security attack that exposed records containing personal information, university President Wallace Loh wrote in a letter to the campus community. The breached database contains more than 309,000 records of faculty, staff, students and affiliated personnel from the College Park and Shady Grove campuses who have […]

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