The Institute for Cyber Security is an interdisciplinary institute that will promote and encourage cyber security awareness and practice, both on campus and off, through teaching, research and service activities to enhance people's knowledge of this important field.
Cyber security is broadly defined to include information assurance, cyber forensics, data quality, data completeness, data accuracy, privacy, and other issues related to the storage, transmission, and sharing of data and other information. The Institute involves faculty and students from the colleges of
Business, Education and Communications, Health and Human Services, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences and Mathematics in dissemination of knowledge, research, and service projects in the general area of information assurance. The Institute will affiliate itself with faculty and students at other institutions such as
community and other four-year colleges to share resources and information in this field and promote the concept and practice of insuring the security and integrity of information.
The Institute for Cyber Security strives to establish leadership in cyber security and information assurance by contributing to the Homeland Defense initiative. IUP does this by:
Dean Snavely Opens the 2015 Information Assurance Day
Dr. Farag speaking at IA Day 2013
Information Assurance Day 2014
Dr. Guna Seetharaman speaking at IA Day 2015 about Risk Management in Information Assurance.
Mr. Wayne Smith NSA Presenting on U.S National Active Cyber Defense IA Day 2014
Corporal Gerhard Goodyear Pennsylvania State Police Presenting on Digital Forensics IA Day 2014
The audience at Information Assurance Day 2015
Dr. Jia presenting at IA Day 2013
Dr. Lee presenting at IA Day 2013
Ms. Caren Saxe presenting at IA Day 2013
The speakers' table at IA Day 2013
Computer Science Students Win Third Place in Hackathon
CAE Tech Talk: Open Source Intelligence in Cybersecurity
CAE Forum: Cybercrime Post-incident Leadership Model
IUP Cybersecurity Day on Tuesday, October 30
Cyber Security Seminar, October 5
Guest Lecture on Intelligence and Cyber Security at Pitt: The View from the Center: Integrating Cyber Threat Intelligence to Inform Policymakers
Keynote Address: The Assault on National Intelligence: American National Security In An Age Of Lies
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