“If you’re in a location that’s sensitive — like near some military facility — I wouldn’t use any of the Chinese drones. You wouldn’t know where your information could wind up,” said Lanier Watkins, senior cyber research scientist at Johns Hopkins University’s Information Security Institute.
NPR reports on the ransomware attack on Baltimore City’s government services. Avi Rubin, professor of computer science and member of the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute, is quoted. Read more at NPR >>
“Bluetooth is easy to misconfigure,” says Information Security Institute Assistant Professor Matthew Green.
‘So they are basically taking your computer hostage and they are asking for ransom,” Johns Hopkins University Computer Science Professor and ISI Technical Director Avi Rubin said.
Cryptographers often spend time on tasks that are both very complex and very tedious. Precision is key: a single error can compromise an entire system. Associate Research Professor Susan Hohenberger Waters at JHU’s Information Security Institute leads a research team developing a suite of software tools to improve the speed and accuracy of cryptography. Waters’ […]
This fall, the Whiting School of Engineering is offering a new course for graduate students interested in cybersecurity and entrepreneurship. The course “Cybersecurity Innovation and Entrepreneurship,” designed for students in the 3-semester Master of Science in Security Informatics (MSSI) and Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM) programs, is a two-semester sequence with an optional […]
So does regulation have a downside? Its promised upside is clear enough: an analogue of public health and public safety measures, transposed to cyberspace. The conference held on March 13, 2019, on the Homewood Campus of JHU, was organized by the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering and Ankura, concentrated on regulatory frameworks and trends, […]
Graduate students in several master’s degree programs at the Whiting School of Engineering can now jumpstart their coursework months before they step foot on the Homewood campus, thanks to “Home2Homewood” (H2H). The new program allows new students enrolling in select residential programs will be able to take up to three relevant and approved classes online […]
The conference, organized by the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering and Ankura, concentrated on regulatory frameworks and trends, and sometimes surprising impact of national, international, and state regulations on businesses of all sizes. The conference was held on March 13, 2019.