As industries grow more interconnected - even down to the software the use - hackers have more and more chances to exploit weaknesses in the software supply chain. That's why Polytechnic faculty are collaborating on a solution, with grant funding from Google.
Consul-General Hiroshi Tajima of Japan toured Purdue Polytechnic’s smart manufacturing laboratories in the newly dedicated Dudley and Lambertus Halls.
Jim Lerums and Katherine Reichart developed the Indiana Cybersecurity Scorecard, a tool for non-experts to confidently self-assess the state of their organization’s cyberinfrastructure.
The country’s emerging experts and researchers in cyberinfrastructure gathered in Arlington, Virginia, June 2-3 for the third annual NSF CyberBridges Workshop. Almadena Chtchelkanova, program director of the National Science Foundation’s Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE), which sponsored the event, called the workshop a “successful and much needed activity.”
A new study has found that online tools, access to experimental data and other services provided through "cyberinfrastructure" are helping to accelerate progress in earthquake engineering and science.
Tom Hacker, associate professor of computer and information technology, led an inaugural cyberinfrastructure workshop in Arlington, Va., in June with Suzanne Shontz, assistant professor of computer science and engineering at The Pennsylvania State University.
Funded by the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) new Office of Cyberinfrastructure, the workshop brought together the country’s leading young researchers (NSF CAREER award recipients) to discuss new topics in the field. Hacker and Shontz are both recent NSF CAREER awardees.