News: ISI in the News

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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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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ISI in the news: School systems have become prime targets for hackers. Here’s why.

November 28, 2022

Avi Rubin, professor of computer science, technical director of the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute (ISI), was featured on Fox45 News below on the vulnerability of schools’ cyber infrastructure.   BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. (WBFF) — School systems have become prime targets for hackers, according to experts who say they are particularly vulnerable to ransomware attacks. […]

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Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Expert opinion from Tony Dahbura

October 7, 2022

“For the foreseeable future, there will be a strong need, a growing need, for cybersecurity specialists. What we’ve seen so far is just the beginning.” Anton Dahbura, PhD, Executive Director, Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS 2022) expects the need for information security analysts to grow 35 percent between 2021 […]

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Deleting your period tracker won’t keep your health data private

July 19, 2022

Information security expert Anton Dahbura says ‘anonymous mode’ and other attempts to protect user health data may lure people into a false sense of security in the post-Roe world GETTY IMAGES / MICROVONE As soon as news leaked in May of the possible reversal of Roe v. Wade, a drumbeat began on social media: Delete your […]

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ISI in the news: How Private and Protected Is Virtual Reproductive Care?

July 18, 2022

Tony Dahbura, Director of ISI, has been quoted in Consumer Reports recent publication on the changing world of virtual reproductive care. Illustration by: Kiersten Essenpreis While online telehealth visits surged during the pandemic, consumers now seeking remote reproductive health services face a number of privacy and legal challenges Understand The Risks of Searches and Conversations […]

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ISI in the news: Joe Carrigan and “Hacking Humans” makes NYT top podcast list

June 24, 2022

The New York Times released their list of top podcasts on “The Dark Side of the Internet,” listing Hacking Humans cohosted by ISI’s Joe Carrigan.  Hosted on The CyberWire, Hacking Humans is a weekly podcast highlighting social engineering scams, phishing scams, and criminal exploits of cyberattacks that are taking tolls on organizations and individuals around […]

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ISI in the news: 8th Annual Cybersecurity Conference for Executives

April 21, 2022

Resilience in the face of ransomware: considerations for executives. By Tim Nodar, the CyberWire staff At the 8th Annual Cybersecurity Conference for Executives, hosted by Ankura and the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute (JHU ISI) on March 16th, industry experts discussed cybersecurity trends, regulations, and threats. IMAGE COURTESY OF THE CYBERWIRE Ankura’s Christopher Todd Doss […]

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ISI in the news: Why Have Russian Hackers Been So Quiet?

March 21, 2022

IMAGE COURTESY: Intelligencer and Getty Images From the 2016 election to a spree of ransomware attacks that disrupted private industry last summer, Americans are all too familiar with the chaos Russian hackers can create. But during the first two weeks of Russia’s Ukraine invasion, the cybercriminals in league with the Kremlin haven’t played a major role. Anton Dahbura, the executive […]

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ISI in the news: War in Ukraine highlights risk of Russian cyberattacks

March 14, 2022

Experts say Russia could launch a cyberattack against the U.S. and now is the time to protect yourself by taking specific steps.   VIDEO COURTESY: WMAR2 BALTIMORE   WASHINGTON, D.C. — As Russia wages war on the ground in Ukraine, there’s another war taking shape in cyberspace: one with the potential to cripple real-world systems […]

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