Privacy grants awarded

The Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research (CACR) at Indiana University recently awarded $230,000 in grants to five interdisciplinary teams of IU researchers who will study cybersecurity issues.

Center director and IU Distinguished Professor Fred H. Cate said the grants will support research to “help make information and information systems more secure.”
CACR is part of the IU Pervasive Technology Institute.

IU grant recipients and projects:

Greg Travis, Minaxi Gupta,
Doug Pearson, and David Ripley
Shared Darknet Reporting and Infrastructure

Raquel Hill, Stephanie Sanders, and Erick Janssen
Privacy-Enhanced Online Human Subjects Data Collection

XiaoFeng Wang, Haixu Tang, and Matthew Hahn
Evaluation and Mitigation of Privacy Risks in Human Genome Research

Kalpana Shankar and Kay Connelly
Visualizing the Digital Trail:Privacy and the Design and Adoption of Technologies for Promoting Healthy Behaviors

Yingzi Du, Xukai Zou, and Scott Orr
A Novel Approach to Robust, Secured, and Cancellable Biometrics

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