Maryland Cybersecurity Center (MC2)
MC2 core faculty members Jonathan Katz, Dave Levin and Dana Dachman-Soled along with students and postdocs conduct research in various areas of cybersecurity and privacy, including theoretical and applied cryptography, data-driven security, human-computer interaction and security, network and wireless security, machine learning and security, blockchain and cryptocurrency security, and programming languages security.
in active research grants
Our Research Partners
We receive research funding and other support from agencies and organizations like the National Science Foundation, Maryland Procurement Office, Department of Energy, Department of Interior, NIST, DARPA, Facebook, Microsoft, and more.
Our current Ph.D. candidates are focused on malware analysis, post-quantum cryptography, human-centered security, and more.
Academic Publications in 2021
MC2 published 45 conference papers, eight journal articles, seven workshop papers and one book chapter on numerous topics relevant to security and privacy in 2021.
News & Events
MC2 Researchers Present Nine Papers at IEEE Symposium on...
The papers cover timely topics that have important real-world implications for improving security and privacy.Read More