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The Security of Cellular Connections

08-13-2018

Graduate student Syed Hussain’s work was featured in in a New York Times article on the security of cellular connections. The work is in collaboration with faculty member Elisa Bertino and CS graduate student Shagufta Mehnaz.


Forecasting model could predict which bills get passed

Forecasting model could predict which bills get passed

08-10-2018

Faculty member Dan Goldwasser is developing a forecasting model to predict state legislator voting behavior. The aim is to help people better understand the impact of decisions made at the state level.


Purdue researchers receive $6 million to improve security for IoT devices

Purdue researchers receive $6 million to improve security for IoT devices

07-26-2018

Purdue computer science researchers Xiangyu Zhang, Dongyan Xu, Mathias Payer, Byoungyoung Lee and Rohit Bhatia are working to increase security for IoT devices.


Bertino wins IEEE award for innovative research

Bertino wins IEEE award for innovative research

07-10-2018

Elisa Bertino received the 2018 Research Innovation Award from the IEEE Technical Committee on Services Computing (TCSVC).


Amazon Alexa devices in hotels raise privacy concerns for some

06-26-2018

Amazon's Alexa may be coming to a hotel near you. Professor Chris Clifton shares his thoughts.


New technology lets surveillance cameras “talk” to the public through smart phones

06-14-2018

Faculty member He Wang and Ph.D. student Siyuan Cao have created a technology that allows public cameras to send personalized messages to people without compromising their privacy.


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