Their award-winning paper delves into the challenges faced by bug bounty hunters.
The award recognizes grad students for their research in usable privacy and security, efforts to mentor others, and community service in the field.
The papers cover timely topics that have important real-world implications for improving security and privacy.
The award recognizes papers published at IEEE’s flagship security conference that have made a lasting impact.
Three MC2 graduate students have been awarded seed grants to pursue research in security and privacy.
The award recognizes his success in developing the cybersecurity honors program.
It will support MC2 students and postdocs traveling to academic conferences, workshops or other research events focused on cybersecurity or privacy.
Two of the six papers received honorable mention awards at the annual conference.
Michelle Mazurek is part of a multi-institutional team looking to better understand how consumers’ personal information is used to generate online targeted ads.
The award recognizes CyLab alumni that have had impactful achievements in security and/or privacy.
MC2 researchers present the first comprehensive framework that can be used to reason about at-risk users’ needs during the technology creation process.
Topics covered by the researchers involve security education, online protection for at-risk users, and "blocklisting."
The fellowships offer an opportunity to work closely with MC2 faculty in multiple areas of cybersecurity.
The initiative's goal is to create a robust and accessible pool of qualified cyber professionals.
The papers cover hot topics like key management for cryptocurrencies, fuzzy message detection and more.
She now leads numerous successful programs and partnerships established by the center’s prior directors, and is developing new ideas and initiatives of her own.
The study examines how sex workers conceptualize and manage their digital safety across multiple devices.
Ethan Cecchetti and Nathan Malkin will start at the Maryland Cybersecurity Center (MC2) in September.
They will present research on a diverse array of security-related topics at USENIX and SOUPS.
The fellowship offers an opportunity to work closely with faculty and graduate students in the center.
She will help lead the center for the next five months, after which she will take over as the center’s director.
Kelsey Fulton, an avid rock climber, puts discipline and determination into her research.
The award recognizes Votipka's excellence in research and his dedication to mentorship and community service.
The papers highlight the center’s cutting-edge research in programming languages, encrypted databases, and more.
Being hired by top universities and companies is a testament to their creativity, hard work and ambition.
The NSF project seeks to increase the security and privacy of high-tech products used in smart homes.
They have each been promoted from assistant professor to associate professor with tenure.
The funding supports Mazurek’s efforts to improve the development of secure software.
She will assume the position in Fall 2020 following a one-year postdoctoral fellowship at Microsoft Research.
MC2 researchers are presenting work covering a wide array of security-related topics
Project to focus on the human and organizational factors that contribute toward insecure software development
MC2 researchers are presenting on a wide array of security-related topics at the August 15-17, 2018 event
Votipka is one of eight students nationwide to receive the scholarship
Mazurek featured as a panelist at event focused on human- and privacy-centric design
Mazurek's team wins the 5th Annual Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper Competition
Researchers will present on cybersecurity, usability, advanced cryptography, network security and more
Researchers will develop tools/strategies that encourage software developers to write more secure code
Video seeks to educate users about software updating in a relatable way
Redmiles is one of 13 doctoral students chosen for 2017 fellowship
5th Annual event to be held Dec. 5 at the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center
UMD presented the most papers at the annual conference
2016 Contest Opens Sept. 22
Story discusses new way to make passwords strong and easier to remember
Research project examines users’ attitudes toward end-to-end encryption
Grant will fund research to help mobile developers improve security of apps
Mazurek and Foster will work to improve the privacy of apps
Mazurek Interviewed on Radio Show about Common Password Problems
MC2 Researchers Benefit from Amazon Award
Mazurek, Golbeck Receive ADVANCE Seed Grant