“Bluetooth is easy to misconfigure,” says Information Security Institute Assistant Professor Matthew Green.
In this article, Information Security Institute’s Joe Carrigan discusses Capitol One’s password change interface and their decision to not allow users to paste their passwords into the field making the use of a password manager more difficult.
How can a self-driving car learn to avoid mistakes? How can researchers spot errors in a malware detection system before they cause problems? These are some of the questions new assistant professor Yinzhi Cao explores in his research. Cao comes to Johns Hopkins from Lehigh University, where he served as an assistant professor for the […]
On August 14, 2018, the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute (ISI) held a workshop on encryption, surveillance, and transparency. More than 50 people from the systems security research community, civil society, industry, and the law enforcement and intelligence communities gathered on the Homewood campus. Representatives from the U.S. Department of Justice, FBI, and the […]
The Washington Post reports on new research that shows hackers are capable of decrypting emails protected by PGP (Pretty Good Privacy). Matthew Green, assistant professor of computer science and member of the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute, is quoted.
On the third day of the conference, Matthew Green, a cryptographer and assistant professor at Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute, had the honor of presenting an invited talk on the 30-year history of cryptocurrencies.
Motherboard reports that the Google Chrome will scan files on your computer to search for malware suspected. CS/JHUISI’s Matthew Green is quoted.
WBAL-TV 11 reports that the Baltimore City Council president has introduced a package of resolutions to grant internet access to all city residents. Avi Rubin is quoted.
Matthew Green, assistant professor of computer science, is quoted in a Politico’s “Morning Cybersecurity” briefing.