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Seminar Series: Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETS) – Dr. Lorrie Cranor – Replay Available

The final seminar in this series will feature capstone speaker Dr. Lorrie Cranor. She will be discussing user-centric approaches to designing and evaluating privacy interfaces that better meet user needs and reduce the overwhelming number of privacy choices.

Seminar Series: Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETS) – Dr. Alisa Frik

The Center for Accelerating Operational Efficiency (CAOE) invites you to our latest seminar series Privacy Enhancing Technologies – Challenges, Opportunities, and Advancements. The next seminar features Dr. Alisa Frik who will be discussing the challenging task of balancing privacy values with the benefits of information sharing.

Seminar Series: Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETS) – Dr. Steve Lu

The Center for Accelerating Operational Efficiency (CAOE) invites you to our latest seminar series Privacy Enhancing Technologies – Challenges, Opportunities, and Advancements. The next seminar features Dr. Steve Lu discussing Private Set Intersection – New constructions with applications to private linking and tracing.

Seminar Series: Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETS) – Dr. L. Jean Camp

The Center for Accelerating Operational Efficiency (CAOE) invites you to our latest seminar series Privacy Enhancing Technologies – Challenges, Opportunities, and Advancements. The next seminar features Dr. L. Jean Camp who will discuss an approach that combines human and machine intelligence by leveraging both local, private and global data.

Seminar Series: Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETS) – Dr. Rafail Ostrovsky

The Center for Accelerating Operational Efficiency (CAOE) invites you to our latest seminar series Privacy Enhancing Technologies – Challenges, Opportunities, and Advancements. The first seminar will feature Dr. Rafail Ostrovsky on the topic “Deriving Actionable Intelligence from Siloed Data.”

RFP for Minority Serving Institutions to join student design challenge

To ensure the Department of Homeland Security can continue to operate efficiently, it is imperative to maintain an active pipeline of new homeland security professionals. One of the most efficient ways to encourage college students to pursue careers within the homeland security enterprise is to expose them to real-world homeland security issues.

Science and Technology Directorate Feature Article

In late March, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued a warning that critical U.S. infrastructure sectors might be at risk of cyberattacks by Russian actors. Threats against our critical infrastructure aren’t new—physical threats and natural disasters have challenged our critical infrastructure and their support systems time and time again.

Design challenge hackathon on critical infrastructure now open for student registration – February 25-27  

Countering Emerging Threats to Critical Infrastructure Registration is now open for the first multi-COE hackathon/design challenge led by CAOE. This event presents students with several real-world problem statements impacting homeland