Academic and Applied Research for Cybersecurity Challenges
Georgia Tech is one of the top research institutes and is currently ranked number one in undergraduate cybersecurity education by U.S. News & World Report. In 2020 Georgia Tech launched the new School of Cybersecurity and Privacy.
The Institute has 13 cybersecurity labs and centers and more than 500 cybersecurity researchers. Georgia Tech is at the forefront of creating new cybersecurity solutions with application in the real world — working to strengthen national defense, ensure economic continuity, and protect individual freedom.
For nearly two decades, Georgia Tech has ranked among the top 10 public universities in the U.S., with undergraduate and graduate programs for computer science ranking in the top 10 nationally and fifth in the world. Georgia Tech’s cybersecurity research is regularly accepted into premier, peer-reviewed academic conferences and honored by independent organizations.
Georgia Tech has numerous multidisciplinary academic labs dedicated to cybersecurity, as well as the Georgia Tech Research Institute [GTRI] — one of just 14 University Affiliated Research Centers* accredited by the U.S. Department of Defense. Such close collaboration between basic and applied research organizations within a university is rare in cybersecurity.
Comprehensive research areas include:
Cyber Physical Systems
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