Tag: cybersecurity

ISI selected as U.S. Cyber Command partner in academic engagement

February 21, 2022

Out of 84 diverse institutions, Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute has been selected as a CYBERCOM partner in new development initiative. The United States Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) has partnered with institutions across 34 states for their Academic Engagement Network (AEN) initiative to enhance education and workforce needs in cyberspace.  The Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute […]

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Russia-Ukraine conflict maxes out cyberattack risk assessment index

February 15, 2022

Cyber Attack Predictive Index developed at Johns Hopkins University predicts the potential for cyberattacks between nations; Tool finds ‘extremely high likelihood’ of attack against Ukraine by Russia Although Russia reports that it has ceased amassing troops along its border with Ukraine and NATO officials are expressing “cautious optimism” for a diplomatic resolution to the simmering conflict, […]

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Information Security Institute protects data, thwarts cybercrime

February 25, 2015

Last year, nude photos of celebrities were hacked through iCloud. Online robbers also made off with millions of credit card numbers at Home Depot and Target. By year-end, the latest Seth Rogen comedy was fueling an international imbroglio replete with tit-for-tat cyberattacks. Welcome to Anton Dahbura’s world. Dahbura is the executive director of the Johns […]

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Researchers find security vulnerabilities in X-ray scanners used in U.S. airports

February 11, 2015

A team of computer scientists, including one from Johns Hopkins, has discovered several security vulnerabilities in the full-body X-ray scanners used at U.S. airports between 2009 and 2013. The team members conducted the first independent security evaluation of the Rapiscan Secure 1000 full-body scanner, which was widely deployed at U.S. airport security checkpoints. They bought […]

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