Jonathan Katz leads a $1M NSF award that supports forward-looking efforts in research, education.
It will support MC2 students and postdocs traveling to academic conferences, workshops or other research events focused on cybersecurity or privacy.
Andreea Alexandru’s research involves privacy-preserving protocols with applications in cyber-physical systems and machine learning.
The fellowships offer an opportunity to work closely with MC2 faculty in multiple areas of cybersecurity.
He was recognized for his contributions to cryptographic protocol design and cryptography education.
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.
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.
Cong Zhang is the inaugural recipient of the MC2 fellowship.
The papers highlight the center’s cutting-edge research in programming languages, encrypted databases, and more.
The grant will allow researchers to continue developing next-generation cryptography protocols.
She will assume the position in Fall 2020 following a one-year postdoctoral fellowship at Microsoft Research.
He is being recognized for his technical and professional contributions to the field of cryptology
He is also working with an MC2 alumnus to design and build protocols for secure multi-party computation
MC2 researchers are presenting work covering a wide array of security-related topics
MC2 researchers are presenting on a wide array of security-related topics at the August 15-17, 2018 event
Xiao Wang, Yupeng Zhang, and Kartik Nayak will assume their new positions in Fall 2019
Paper proposes new paradigm for achieving malicious security that avoids using inefficient mechanisms
Team of five undergraduate students scored highest amongst more than 500 teams
Mazurek's team wins the 5th Annual Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper Competition
Graduate students say MC2 provides a collaborative and supportive environment for research
Levin and Boyson have been named inaugural recipients of IEEE cybersecurity awards
Researchers will present on cybersecurity, usability, advanced cryptography, network security and more
Katz honored for his commitment to cyber education
Yupeng Zhang will use award to continue his work on improving cloud security
Winter School will be held Jan. 15–17 at Shanghai Jiao Tong University
UMD students competed against 19 teams in contest sponsored by Kaspersky Lab
5th Annual event to be held Dec. 5 at the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center
UMD presented the most papers at the annual conference
MC2 faculty Dana Dachmand-Soled and Jonathan Katz receive Cisco research awards
MC2 graduate student Kartik Nayak was recently named a Google PhD fellow
Katz Talks About How Users Can Protect Themselves on Websites
Katz discusses what it takes to build secure encrypted messaging apps
Workshop attended by approximately 60 participants from academia, industry, and the U.S. government
Fourth Annual MC2 Symposium on Dec. 7 will explore cutting-edge cybersecurity research
Paper by Papamanthou, Katz and Zhang will be presented at ACM CCS 2015
Katz, Papamanthou and Dachman-Soled will collaborate with NIST on post-quantum cryptography project
Katz discusses the security of online voting
Katz weighs in on the growing adoption of Bitcoin and other crytocurrencies
Maimon Discusses Public Wi-Fi Vulnerabilities in Digital Trends Article
First UMD Cybersecurity Specialization Wraps Up with Competition-style Game
Papamanthou leads team of MC2 Researchers on Verifiable Computing Project
Katz Gives Keynote Address at Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium
Shilton Receives NSF CAREER Award
Dumitras Receives NSF Award to Study Software Update Vulnerabilities
MC2 Researchers Benefit from Amazon Award
MC2 Director Katz Discusses Heartbleed Bug in Christian Science Monitor Article
Dachman-Soled Receives NSF CAREER Award to Study "Non-Black-Box" Cryptography
Katz Weighs In on Clinton E-Mails and Privacy/Security of Wearable Technologies
MC2 doctoral student Andrew Miller is co-teaching two Bitcoin classes
Katz offers expertise on hacker groups to Federal News Radio
Visiting Research Scientist in MC2 Brings New Ideas, Collaborations
To explore the influence of physical and social environments on the behavior of public-WiFi users.
Jonathan Katz notes how insecure passwords can be.
More than 200 people attended a daylong symposium.
The funding is for new scientific methodologies and tools related to cybersecurity.
Katz's testimony focused on cybersecurity workforce development.
Cybersecurity faculty have developed technology involving storing secure data in the cloud.
Jan Plane and Jonathan Katz were among the discussion group.
Jonathan Katz and other MC2 faculty are part of President’s Task Force on Cybersecurity.
Two UMD undergraduates looking to join the ranks of IT experts pitted in this ongoing battle against hackers and cyberthieves.
New initiative positions university at the forefront of the next chapter in massive open online courses.
Jonathan Katz, professor of computer science, was appointed to a three-year term.
Dr. Jonathan Katz to lead $1.5M cooperative agreement with US Army Research Laboratory
Research will focus on making privacy-preserving computation practical and accessible.