Calyam receives NSF grant to explore future of cloud/edge computing

Prasad Calyam is exploring how cloud and edge systems can work together, ensuring that information can be intelligently and securely transferred from one trustworthy platform to another

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Approximate computing remains vulnerable to attacks; Mizzou Engineers to present findings at IEEE DATE conference

Companies relying on faster, less precise computing to gain energy efficiency still need to be cautious against cyberattacks, Mizzou Engineers have found.


Designing ‘smart’ security for smart devices

A Mizzou Engineering is developing a flexible, add-on security feature that allows different types of smart devices to intelligently learn from past cyberattacks.

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Proposed tool would give users control of social media images

A Mizzou Engineering team is devising a tool that social media platforms could implement to help you dictate who gets to share your face.

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Middle, high school students explore cyber security at Hacker Tracker Camp

During the Hacker Tracker Cyber Security Camp, middle and high school students practiced coding, explored various types of attacks and heard from experts in the field.

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Mizzou Cybersecurity Center Board Provides Industry Expertise

A new Mizzou Cybersecurity Center Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) is helping the college enhance curriculum and research to best meet emerging needs within cybersecurity fields.

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Meet Prasad Calyam

The U.S. is facing a severe shortage of cybersecurity professionals, leaving government and businesses vulnerable to online attacks. A Mizzou Engineer is on a mission to fill those vacancies. Meet Prasad Calyam, who has made it his purpose to train a new generation of cyber warriors who can defend our digital data. Calyam is an associate…

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Cyber Tigers Club has Successful First Semester

Mizzou students this semester had more opportunities to explore networking, programming and cybersecurity-related infrastructure thanks to a new club at Mizzou Engineering. Club President Timothy Kerr strived to make the Cyber Tigers a laid-back group where students learn from one another.

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Five Tips to Stay Cyber Safe While Shopping Online This Holiday Season

Having your identity stolen can turn the merriest of holidays into the scariest. And this year will be prime for hackers who know many of us will be doing our holiday shopping online. “The upcoming holiday season is the most important season for cybercriminals who will do everything they can to steal your data,” said…

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Mizzou Cybersecurity Center Forms Industrial Advisory Board

Mizzou Cybersecurity Center directors have assembled an all-star team of industry professionals to guide the future of research and education around cybersecurity strategies.