Cao team receives 2023 Distinguished Paper Award at ACM conference

December 8, 2023

A Johns Hopkins team’s paper on zero-day vulnerabilities on web browser extensions won the Distinguished Paper Award at the 2023 Association for Computing Machinery Computer and Communications Security Conference, held in late November in Copenhagen. The ACM Distinguished Paper Award is presented to authors whose work is particularly groundbreaking or innovative in their respective fields. […]

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Maryland Cybersecurity Survey Findings to be Unveiled at CyberMaryland Conference

November 27, 2023

At the CyberMaryland Conference on December 6 in Hyattsville, MD, experts will reveal findings from a statewide survey on cybersecurity knowledge and habits. Earlier this year, the Maryland Cybersecurity Survey polled more than 500 residents on cyber risks and best practices. During the “Making Maryland Stronger: Setting the Baseline” keynote panel, members of the Johns […]

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3 Questions: Biden administration issues executive order regulating artificial intelligence

November 2, 2023

Anton (Tony) Dahbura is co-director of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Assured Autonomy, the executive director of the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute, and an associate research scientist in computer science at the university’s Whiting School of Engineering. His research focuses on AI assurance, security, fault-tolerant computing, distributed systems, and testing. What do we need to know about […]

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Johns Hopkins student team places third in Raymond James cybersecurity competition

October 16, 2023

A team of five Johns Hopkins students finished third in the annual Raymond James “Capture the Flag” cybersecurity competition held in Tampa, Florida on Saturday, Oct. 7. The event challenged 14 teams of students from universities across North America to solve real-world cybersecurity scenarios face by those in the financial industry. The Hopkins team members […]

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The Numbers Game: Johns Hopkins Alums Help Orioles Rise to the Top

October 6, 2023

Six months ago, the chances of the Baltimore Orioles making the MLB playoffs sat at just over 10%, according to Fangraphs, a leading site dedicated to baseball statistics, analytics, and projections. Not exactly a ringing endorsement of future success. Fast forward to fall, and the Orioles have defied all preseason prognostications. Projected by Fangraphs to […]

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MSSI student and team takes seventh place at DEF CON 2023

August 25, 2023

A student in the Information Security Institute’s Master of Science in Security Informatics program was a member of a team that placed seventh at this year’s DEF CON hacking convention. DEFCON, held earlier this month in Las Vegas, brings together some of the world’s top cybersecurity students, researchers, and professionals, is often considered the “Olympics […]

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Hacking Humans one of eight podcasts recommended for CIOs

July 20, 2023

The Cyber Security Tribe, an online community of cybersecurity professionals and resources, recently released a list of recommended podcasts that chief information security officers should add to their playlists. Hacking Humans, a weekly podcast co-hosted by Joe Carrigan and David Bittner, was one of the eight podcasts that made the list. Carrigan is a senior […]

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MSSI student Taylor Bradley recognized by National Center for Women & Information Technology

June 8, 2023

Taylor Bradley, a student in the Information Security Institute’s Master of Science in Security Informatics program, is an honorable mention recipient of the National Center for Women & Information Technology’s 2023 Aspirations in Computing Collegiate Award. The award recognizes undergraduate and graduate women, genderqueer, and non-binary students for their accomplishments in computing, including projects that […]

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