Cyber & National Security

Protecting cyber and national security

Cyberattacks, including ransomware, are increasing in number and sophistication, placing the need to continually advance efforts to protect our nation and its citizens at the forefront. IU is helping state and local government agencies, not-for-profit organizations and small businesses better manage cyberattacks, protect intellectual property, improve privacy and prepare future cybersecurity experts.

In today’s complex world, research partnerships are crucial to protecting America, both its many citizens and the nation itself. IU continues to build these partnerships with various divisions of the U.S. Department of Defense, such as Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division, located in Southern Indiana.

Featured stories

Hall of fame

Sagar Samtani, an assistant professor at the Kelley School of Business, has been recognized as the National Science Foundation Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency CyberCorps®: Scholarship for Service 2022 Hall of Fame recipient.

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Building networks

IU's Cybersecurity Clinic will help community colleges and universities building independent cybersecurity clinics.

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Detecting chemical weapons, pollutants

A new study from IUPUI researchers found that blow flies can be used as chemical sensors, with a particular focus on detecting chemical warfare agents.

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Cybersecurity research by the numbers:

1stof its kind IU Cybersecurity Clinic that improves local and state cyber hygiene and trains the next generation of cybersecurity leaders

24/7network protection by GlobalNOC, which serves 300+ universities, government agencies & affiliated organizations

540 NSF science projects have improved cybersecurity through Trusted CI, the IU-led NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence