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Purdue earns top cybersecurity study ranking among universities


Purdue University received the top ranking among 20 institutions for its multidisciplinary work in the area of cybersecurity.

Rompf wins award for early career achievement


Assistant Professor Tiark Rompf has received an Early Career Research award from the U.S. Department of Energy.

Professor Elisa Bertino Elected to ISSA Hall of Fame


Professor Elisa Bertino has be​en elected to the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) Hall of Fame. This lifetime achievement award recognizes an individual's exceptional qualities of leadership in their own career and organization, as well as an exemplary commitment to the information security profession.

Purdue enrollment in computer science doubles in five years


Undergraduate enrollment in Purdue's Department of Computer Science has more than doubled since 2012, a circumstance that will help fill a national shortage.

Purdue offers new undergraduate major in data science

Purdue offers new undergraduate major in data science


The Department of Computer Science and Department of Statistics will offer a new major in data science beginning in the fall semester of 2017.

Bertino Part of Nuclear Cybersecurity Collaboration

Bertino Part of Nuclear Cybersecurity Collaboration


Professor Elisa Bertino is part of a Purdue-led project focusing on cybersecurity for nuclear power plants. A collaboration between government and academia that is funded by the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy University Program (NEUP), the team will develop tools to measure risk and mitigate the effects of a hypothetical security breach.

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