Tracer FIRE (Forensic and Incident Response Exercise) for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is a program developed by Sandia and Los Alamos National Laboratories to educate and train cyber security incident responders (CSIRs) and analysts in critical skill areas.
Researchers discover a side-channel attack that retrieves the secret exponent of encryption keys in OpenSSL without relying on cache organization and/or timing.
A free, open-to-the-public, one-hour lecture offered each Friday features thought leaders who are advancing the field of cybersecurity. Meet executives from Fortune 500 companies, researchers from federal intelligence agencies, as well as university faculty and students sharing their latest discoveries.
This year’s event will include leading cybersecurity researchers from Georgia Tech and thought leaders from industry and government. The summit will address pressing cybersecurity issues in technology, policy, data protection, and vendor risk management.
Partner with Georgia Tech IISP
The Institute for Information Security & Privacy (IISP) at Georgia Tech connects government, industry and academia to solve the grand challenges of cybersecurity. As a coordinating body for 12 labs and centers dedicated to academic and solution-oriented applied research, the IISP leverages intellectual capital from across Georgia Tech and external partners to address vital solutions for national defense, economic continuity, and individual freedom.
Partner with the Institute for Information Security & Privacy to meet and hire Georgia Tech students, access emerging cybersecurity research, gain threat intelligence from research scientists and engineers, and consult with Georgia Tech faculty. The IISP Partnership Program helps organizations target specific challenges, stay at the forefront of research-based solutions, and shape a workforce pipeline that meets current and future needs.
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